ACS Member News: Week of August 2, 2021
ACS Board of Directors Member Franita Tolson was quoted in “Thomas Jefferson Gave the Constitution 19 Years. Look Where We Are Now.” in The New York Times.
ACS Board of Advisors Member Nancy Gertner was quoted in “Miriam Conrad, longtime federal public defender, is retiring. She took on tough cases, including Boston Marathon bomber Tsarnaev” in The Boston Globe.
ACS Board of Advisors Member Adam Winkler was quoted in “Mexico sues U.S. gunmakers, arguing they have fueled bloodshed” in CBS News.
ACS Board of Advisors Member Erwin Chemerinsky authored “Supreme Court opens door for dark money by striking down California campaign disclosure law” in The Sacramento Bee.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Steve Vladeck was quoted in “Mike Pompeo says he doesn't know what happened to the missing $5,800 bottle of whiskey gifted by Japan” in The Week.
ACS Next Generation Leader Taru Taylor authored “Critical Race Theory, revisited - can we at least stipulate to the facts of our history?” in the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.
ACS Next Generation Leader Seth Zawila was named an “Up & Coming Attorney” in the Minnesota Lawyer.
ACS Co-Faculty Advisor at Marquette University Law School Atiba Ellis appeared on “The Docket: The Rise And Fall Of The Voting Rights Act Of 1965” on the NPR Politics Podcast.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Dan Cotter authored “Commission opens talks on expanding SCOTUS bench” in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.