ACS Colorado: "Vote for US" with Josh Douglas

Join the ACS Colorado Lawyer Chapter, Colorado Common Cause, Indivisible Denver, and the Tattered Cover for a discussion and book signing with Professor Joshua Douglas on his new book, Vote for US: How to Take Back Our Elections and Change the Future of Voting.

In contrast to the anxiety surrounding our voting system, with stories about voter suppression and manipulation, there are actually quite a few positive initiatives with regard to voting rights reform. Professor Douglas, an expert on our electoral system, examines these encouraging developments in his inspiring book about how regular Americans are working to take back their democracy, one community at a time.


Joshua A. Douglas, Thomas P. Lewis Professor of Law and ACS Faculty Advisor, University of Kentucky College of Law

ACS Madison: Making Democracy Work: An Update on H.R. 1

Join the ACS Madison Lawyer Chapter, The Madison Institute, the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin, Common Cause Wisconsin, and the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign for a discussion on the For the People Act of 2019. The bill was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives in January 2019 and contains provisions concerning government ethics, voting rights, and campaign finance reform.


Rep. Mark Pocan, 2nd Congressional District of Wisconsin

This event is free and open to the public.

ACS is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) educational organization. It does not take positions on candidates or legislation.

ACS Chicago: Sixteenth Annual U.S. Supreme Court Term in Review

Join the ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter, the Public Interest Law Initiative, the ACLU of Illinois, and Mayer Brown LLP for our annual U.S. Supreme Court Term in Review.


Susan Bandes, Emeritus Centennial Distinguished Professor of Law, DePaul University College of Law

David Cole, National Legal Director, ACLU 

Steven D. Schwinn, Professor, The John Marshall Law School; Member, ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board of Advisors; Editor, ACS Supreme Court Review

Michael A. Scodro, Partner, Supreme Court and Appellate Litigation Group, Mayer Brown LLP

Moderated by:

Steve Sanders, Professor of Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Lunch will be generously provided by ACS sponsor Mayer Brown LLP.

1.25 hours of Illinois MCLE credit are pending approval.

Please RSVP in advance and bring a photo ID to be admitted into the building on the day of the event. Space is limited.

Talking Feds Podcast Live Recording, July 11th

ACS is pleased to invite you to two live recordings next week of the Talking Feds podcast at Georgetown University Law Center: July 9 and July 11. This invitation is to RSVP for Tuesday, July 11th only. Please RSVP for Thursday, July 9th here.

Talking Feds is a roundtable discussion that brings together some of the most well-known former prosecutors in the country for a dynamic and entertaining analysis of the most pressing questions in today's high-profile criminal cases, including the Mueller probe and related investigations.

This series is also co-sponsored by the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection at Georgetown Law

The July 11 show will preview congressional testimony from Special Counsel Robert Mueller (which is set to take place before the House on July 17), and will feature:

Ron Klain, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Revolution LLC; Former Chief of Staff to Vice President Joe Biden, Vice President Al Gore, and Attorney General Janet Reno; Former Chief Counsel, Senate Judiciary Committee

Matt Miller, Partner, Vianovo; Former Director of Office of Public Affairs, Department of Justice; Former Communications Director for the House Democratic Caucus

Additional guests TBD

Light lunch will be provided, program will begin at 12:30

You can find other Talking Feds recordings, including all live shows recorded during the week of July 8, here.

ACS Bay Area: Minority Bar Coalition Annual Summer Mixer

Join the ACS Bay Area Lawyer Chapter alongside 24 other Minority Bar Coalition (MBC) member organizations for the annual MBC Summer Mixer. Admission, including drinks and heavy appetizers, is free for members of co-sponsoring organizations, including law students and law firm summer associates. This event is not open to the general public.

Please click here to register and find a full list of cosponsoring organizations and parking information.