facebook linked in twitter youtube instagram

The First 100 Days Updates & Resources

Click here to access insights and external resources collected by Nelson Mullins on the first 100 days of the new presidential administration and Congress. These articles and fact sheets are non-partisan in nature and address the impact of each on various industries and client sectors.

COVID-19 Resources

Click here to access our extensive COVID-19 resources that address a wide variety of topics in general and by industry.

The LatestView All

Nelson Mullins Lawyers Named to Law360 Editorial Advisory Boards

April 8, 2021

Nelson Mullins Lawyers Named to Law360 Editorial Advisory Boards


November 2020

The 2020 Election Results: An Outlook for Education Policy

By Sean A. Worley, Jennifer Castagna


This memo provides an overview of how the 2020 elections will likely influence federal education policy, particularly in the context of a global pandemic, economic uncertainty, and a national reckoning on racial injustice. This overview is not intended to fully explore all education issues that may be addressed by the federal government under the leadership of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris over the next four years, but it provides initial insights on likely dynamics, priorities, and near-term actions that will have both immediate consequence and set up longer term scenarios. With the Senate balance currently standing at 50-48 toward Republican control, the two runoff elections in Georgia will decide whether the Biden Administration faces a unified Democratic Congress or a divided government. While Democratic control of the Senate would likely allow for a bigger, bolder Democratic agenda in all regards, this memo assumes that there could be a divided Congress and explores what that would mean for the federal education agenda.