by Jim Thompson
In the Huffington Post, Dana Liebelson discusses how the proposed First Amendment Defense Act could undermine anti-discrimination protections for women and LGBT individuals.
This Wednesday, Neil Siegel, co-faculty advisor for the ACS Student Chapter at Duke Law School, will serve as a witness before a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Oversight, Agency Action, Federal Rights and Federal Courts entitled “With Prejudice: Supreme Court Activism and Possible Solutions.”
Stephanie Luce writes at Jacobin that employers’ increasing tendency towards “zero-hours contracts” and irregular work schedules present new concerns for America’s existing labor struggles.
In the Denver Post, Timothy Garvey, president of the Colorado Lawyer Chapter, urges Colorado senators to work quickly to fill a “future vacancy” on the U.S. District Court for Colorado to maintain the efficacy and accessibility of the state’s judicial system.