ACS Member News: Week of September 2, 2021
ACS Board of Directors Member Michele Goodwin appeared on Morning Edition for a segment on “What Texas’ 6-Week Abortion Ban Might Mean For Roe v. Wade Means For Roe” on KPCC.
ACS Board of Directors member Aziz Huq was quoted in “Texas schools are surveilling students online, often without their knowledge or consent” in the Dallas Morning News.
ACS Board of Directors Member Melissa Murray appeared on MSNBC’s The Beat with Ari Melber for a segment on “Florida's fights over COVID have increasingly turned to the courts, which is a kind of a statement of breakdown;” and was also quoted in “Texas is tackling Roe v. Wade with a 'vigilante' economy, where rewards of $10,000 or more go to lawsuits against anyone thought to even aid an abortion” in Business insider.
ACS Board of Advisors Member Linda Greenhouse was quoted in “The Missed Opportunities Haunting The Supreme Court’s Abortion Move” in Above the Law.
ACS Board of Advisors Member Erwin Chemerinsky authored “California’s recall process is dangerously flawed. Here’s what needs to change” in The Fresno Bee.
ACS Board of Advisors Member Geoffrey Stone Honored with Norman Maclean Faculty Award by the UChicago Alumni Association and the Alumni Board.
ACS Faculty Advisor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Kate Shaw was quoted in “Of Course This Supreme Court Ended Roe v. Wade by Doing Nothing” in Slate.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Dan Cotter authored “Balls and strikes all depend on size of strike zone at SCOTUS” in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
ACS Hoosier Lawyer Chapter Board Member Annie Xie was named “2022 Ones to Watch by Best Lawyers®.”
ACS Member Christopher Poulos was appointed to the DOJ Steering Committee for its Justice Counts initiative.
ACS member Rick Hasen was quoted in “The new GOP rage-fest at Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger contains a big tell” in The Washington Post.