ACS Member News: Week of August 13, 2018
ACS Board member Nancy Gertner spoke on MSNBC about the judge in the Manafort trial’s criticism of the prosecution. She is also quoted in The Columbus Dispatch regarding Manafort’s lawyers’ decision to not call any witnesses in the trial.
ACS Board of Advisors member Linda Greenhouse wrote a piece for the Oxford University Press blog on the “ever-evolving” US Supreme Court.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Justin Driver and ACS Faculty Advisor at The George Washington University Law School David Fontana were quoted in TIME regarding the end of the era of the swing justice on the Supreme Court.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Baylor Law School Ron Beal wrote a piece for the Waco Tribune arguing that Gov. Abbott unfairly empowers state agencies over everyday Texans.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Nebraska College of Law Eric Berger spoke on KLKN TV about Nebraska’s lethal injection protocol.
ACS Faculty Advisor at the University of Kentucky College of Law Joshua Douglas wrote a piece for CNN on the need to reject gerrymandering and voter suppression tactics.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Seattle University School of Law Charlotte Garden wrote a piece for SCOTUSblog on Judge Kavanaugh’s most significant work-law opinions.
ACS Faculty Advisor at University of Minnesota School of Law Heidi Kitrosser is quoted in CNN concerning Trump’s use of non-disclosure agreements.
ACS member Steve Sanders wrote an op-ed for the Indy Star about where Kavanaugh stands on LGBT issues.