ACS Member News: Week of August 6, 2018

ACS Board Chair Pamela Karlan is quoted in the ABA Journal concerning the drop in the number of women arguing before the Supreme Court.

ACS Board of Advisors member Geoffrey Stone wrote a piece for The Daily Beast about the need for Democrats to pin Brett Kavanaugh on which Constitution he supports.

ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Stephen Vladeck is quoted in NPR addressing what Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court could mean for the Mueller investigation.

ACS Faculty Advisor at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School Joe Kimble wrote a piece for the National Law Journal about textualism and ideological judging.

ACS Faculty Advisor at Georgia State University College of Law Neil Kinkopf is quoted in The Los Angeles Times regarding Brett Kavanaugh’s argument that presidents should be shielded from all criminal probes.

ACS Faculty Advisor at Stetson University College of Law Ciara Torres-Spelliscy is quoted in Vice explaining why Trump cannot count on the Supreme Court to save him from Mueller.

ACS State Attorneys General Project Advisory Committee member Terri Gerstein wrote a piece for The Hill arguing that a paid leave plan should not make you choose between kids or retirement. She also wrote a piece for Slate about Judge Kavanaugh’s dissent in a labor case involving a worker killed at SeaWorld.

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board of Directors member Suyash Agrawal is quoted in The New York Times regarding a judge’s dismissal of two lawsuits against Fox News.

ACS Next Generation Leader Mary Kelly Persyn wrote a piece for Medium about what’s next for the hundreds of children that remain separated.