ACS Member News: Week of April 13, 2020

ACS Board of Directors member Melissa Murray authored an article in The Atlantic about the need for the Supreme Court to permanently adopt the transparency measures it has implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic.

ACS Board of Directors member Ganesh Sitaraman co-authored an op-ed in The Boston Globe about the need for Congress to establish a Pandemic Testing Board to increase the supply of testing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

ACS Board of Advisors member Geoffrey Stone was interviewed in Chicago Humanities Festival about his book, Democracy and Equality: The Enduring Constitutional Vision of the Warren Court.

ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Steve Vladeck wrote in the Harvard Law Review Blog about how the COVID-19 pandemic reinforces the argument for judicial review, not for suspension of civil liberties, and in The Washington Post about the unconstitutionality of the President’s threats to adjourn Congress.

ACS Next Generation Leader Andrew Boyle co-authored an op-ed in The New York Times about the need for Congress to have access to presidential emergency action documents in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Dan Cotter authored an article in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about the Supreme Court decision affecting the Wisconsin primaries.

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board of Advisors member Cara Hendrickson was interviewed in the Chicago Lawyer Magazine about her role as executive director of BPI Chicago.

ACS Madison Lawyer Chapter President Jeff Mandell won a unanimous ruling from the Wisconsin Supreme Court.

ACS member Jarrett Adams was featured on MSNBC to offer advice on combating isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic.

ACS member Rachel Bloomekatz was honored as a member of the Columbus Business First 2020 40 under 40 Class.

ACS member Lisa Hayes was profiled in The Bridge about her career and personal interests.

ACS member Rebecca Kiefer was elected to the circuit court in Milwaukee County.