May 29, 2020

Ways to Stay Engaged While You Stay Home - May 28th Edition

Annamarie Hufford-Bucklin Network Advancement Fellow


We know most of you are staying at home now, doing your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Many of you are caring for family and friends. Others are looking for ways to keep busy as you practice social distancing.

During these unprecedented times, ACS continues to provide a virtual forum for our network to engage and work toward a Constitution that is truly “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” Here are some ways to help you stay connected with ACS while in-person events are canceled. Do you have ideas we should include in future editions? Let us know by emailing info@acslaw.org

Telehealth and the Pandemic: Join ACS National sponsor, Compassion & Choices, for a webinar series on how to expand telehealth during the pandemic. Register here for a webinar on June 2nd from 3-4pm ET.

Notice and Comment: Submit a comment on proposed regulations! Check out multiple federal and state comment opportunities on our webpage here.

Self-Care: In case you missed it, watch the ACS Virtual Law School Graduation from Tuesday! Be inspired by the accomplishments of our ACS students and the amazing commencement speakers: ACS President Russ Feingold, ACS Board Members Alejandra Castillo and Professor Melissa Murray, and the Honorable Carlton Reeves. Watch the Graduation.