ACS Member News: May 2023

ACS Board of Directors Member Joyce Vance was quoted in “Carroll takes action over Trump CNN attack — experts say "verdict could be greater than $5 million” and in “Trump won't leave E. Jean Carroll alone — so she's going to make him pay” in Salon.  

ACS Board of Directors Member Garrett Epps authored “I’ve Argued for Years That the President Must Pay the National Debt Even If Congress Won’t Raise the Debt Ceiling” in Washington Monthly.      

ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Erwin Chemerinsky was quoted in “Ninth Circuit upholds immigration law deemed unconstitutional, discriminatory by federal judge” in San Francisco Chronicle and in “Abortion Pill Fight to Be Heard by One of Nation’s Most Conservative Courts” in The New York Times.  

ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Steve Vladeck was featured in “Should Americans worry about the Supreme Court's 'shadow' docket? This expert says 'yes'” in USA Today. 

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board Member Daniel Cotter authored: “Just say no – Roberts stays mum as more ethics questions swirl;” “Say it ain’t so, Joan and John: How Bush v. Gore was decided;” “Capitol Hill pork: Court’s view of commerce clause is minced;” and in “Chief Justice Roberts issues an opinion – a rarity this court term” in Chicago Daily Bulletin.   

ACS Next Generation Leader and ACS Montana Lawyer Chapter Leader Rylee Sommers-Flanagan was quoted in “New Defamation Suit Against Fox Signals Continued Legal Threat” in The New York Times.  

ACS University of Hawaii at Manoa, William S. Richardson School of Law Chapter Leader Danielle Bell authored “The End of Affirmative Action Will Leave Black Patients to Suffer” in Balls and Strikes.  

ACS Bay Area Lawyer Chapter Leader Kelsey Campbell was featured in “Former Cal swimmers sue university for ignoring alleged abuse by coach” in San Francisco Chronicle.  

ACS Member and former ACS University of Florida Levin College of Law Faculty Advisor Merritt McAlister was named interim dean of the University of Florida Levin College of Law. 

ACS member Antonio Ingram was quoted in “Attacks on Diversity Plans, Funds Put Colleges in Legal Bind” in Bloomberg Law and in “U.S. Supreme Court to review South Carolina congressional map for discrimination against Black voters” in WLTX19+.  

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