ACS Member News: September 2023
ACS Board of Directors Member Aziz Huq was quoted in “What Meadows' loss on moving Georgia case out of state means for Trump” in Axios.
ACS Board of Directors Member Melissa Murray appeared on the Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness podcast for an episode on “What’s Happening With The Supreme Court? with Strict Scrutiny”; and was quoted in “Girlhood Is Trending, But Actual Girlhood Has Never Been More Fraught” in InStyle.
ACS Board of Advisors Member Cliff Sloan appeared on C-SPAN's Q&A for an episode on “Q&A with Cliff Sloan.”
ACS Board of Advisors Member Adam Winkler was quoted in “Columbus, other cities battling state legislatures in efforts to control gun violence” in The Columbus Dispatch; and in “Women’s shelter asks justices to revive law barring abusers from owning guns” in The Washington Times; and in “9th Circuit ruling threatens California ban on unlicensed open carry of handguns” and “California law removing guns from people under restraining orders survives court challenge” in the Los Angeles Times; and in “Hunter Biden is indicted on federal firearm-purchasing charges after plea deal fails” in the Associated Press; and in “How the shooting of a five-year-old girl led a US city to ban guns” in The Telegraph; and in “New Supreme Court Case a Test for Carrying Guns in Malls, Parks” in Bloomberg Law.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Erwin Chemerinsky authored “San Francisco and Newsom’s targeting of judges is a threat to judicial independence” in the San Francisco Chronicle; and “When Should Government Intervene in Social Media?” in ItemLive; and “California Voice: There are limits to demanding false information be removed from the internet” in Marin Independent Journal; and “State bans on gender-affirming care for transgender minors are unconstitutional” in the Fresno Bee; and appeared on The Nation’s Start Making Sense podcast for a segment on “Erwin Chemerinsky on Trump and Georgia”; and on Bloomberg Law for a video on “Supreme Court’s Ethical Dilemmas Began Before Clarence Thomas”; and was quoted in “Despite concerns from legal experts, Gavin Newsom pushes forward with gun control amendment” and “Tough-on-crime group says it will grade S.F. judges before 2024 election” in the San Francisco Chronicle; and in “Do students have privacy rights when it comes to their parents? It’s complicated” and “9th Circuit rules California ban on marketing guns to minors is probably unconstitutional” in the Los Angeles Times; and in “DEI statements stir debate on college campuses” in Boston Globe; and in “Red States Are Rolling Back the Rights Revolution” in the Atlantic; and in “How the Supreme Court could alter the way Americans interact on the internet” in USA Today; and in “Guns, agency power cases loom as US Supreme Court charts rightward path” in Reuters.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Leah Litman appeared on the Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness podcast for an episode on “What’s Happening With The Supreme Court? with Strict Scrutiny”; and was quoted in “Kennedy’s Supreme Court legacy is being erased, in part by past clerks” in The Washington Post.
Board of Academic Advisors Member Steven Vladeck appeared on Legal Talk Network’s Litigation Radio podcast for an episode on “What’s Up With SCOTUS? The Shadow Docket, Accountability, And Justice”; and was quoted in “Death Row Inmates Find Fewer Paths to Supreme Court Reprieves” in Bloomberg Law.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Ruben Garcia was quoted in “Las Vegas Culinary Union strike vote: Hospitality workers gear up to walk out” in USA Today.
ACS Stetson University College of Law Faculty Advisor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy authored “How Jack Smith May Charge Trump PAC with Fraudulent Fundraising Within the Bounds of First Amendment” in Just Security.
ACS Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Faculty Advisor Kate Shaw appeared on the Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness podcast for an episode on “What’s Happening With The Supreme Court? with Strict Scrutiny.”
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Leader Daniel Cotter authored “Terse response signals top court ethics reform is going nowhere” in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
ACS Minneapolis-St. Paul Lawyer Chapter Leader Saraswati Singh was honored as the first recipient of the Minnesota Asian Pacific American Bar Association’s Trailblazer Award.
Former ACS Minneapolis-St. Paul Lawyer Chapter Leader Karl Procaccini was appointed as Associate Justice on the Minnesota Supreme Court.
ACS Minneapolis-St. Paul Lawyer Chapter Leader Chris Henjum was appointed as the Minnesota Department of Revenue’s Taxpayer Rights Advocate.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Leader Juan Thomas was honored with the Outstanding Collaboration Award and the Meritorious Service Award by the Civil Rights and Social Justice Section of the American Bar Association.
ACS Madison Lawyer Chapter Leader Jeff Mandell was quoted in “Fake elector launches effort to 'guard' the Constitution” in NBC News.
ACS New York Lawyer Chapter Leader Jenny Ma was awarded the 2023 Women’s Leadership Award by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.
ACS Member Antonio Ingram II was quoted in “Conservative Attacks on Diversity Efforts in Corporate America Keep Coming” in Bloomberg.
ACS Member Paul Smith was honored with the Outstanding Collaboration Award and the Meritorious Service Award by the Civil Rights and Social Justice Section of the American Bar Association.
ACS Member Timothy Perry was appointed to the California Commission on Aging.
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