ACS Member News: Week of April 30, 2018
ACS President Caroline Fredrickson is quoted in Bloomberg discussing Trump's judicial nominees and the long-term impact they will have on our civil rights. The piece also ran in the Albany Times Union, Virginian-Pilot, and The Spokesman-Review. Fredrickson is also quoted in an article by The New York Times covering Demand Justice.
ACS Board member Christina Beeler won ACS’s Constance Baker Motley National Student Writing Competition. Her writing honor was covered by The University of Houston Law Center.
ACS Board member Erwin Chemerinsky wrote a piece for The Sacramento Bee arguing that cameras in the Supreme Court would increase transparency.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Notre Dame Law School Jay Tidmarsh is quoted in The Indiana Lawyer regarding opioid lawsuits in Indiana.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law Deborah Tuerkheimer wrote an opinion piece for The New York Times on the Bill Cosby guilty verdict and the #Metoo Movement.
ACS’s Vice President of Strategic Engagement Jill Dash has been elected President of the Women's Bar Association of DC.
ACS member Barbara McQuade was featured on Deadline: White House discussing the addition of Emmett Flood to Trump’s legal team. McQuade was also on the 11th Hour with Brian Williams addressing the special counsel’s 49 questions for the president.