ACS Member News: Week of December 2, 2019
ACS President Emerita Caroline Fredrickson authored an opinion piece in The New York Times concerning the Democratic strategy for impeachment.
ACS Board of Directors member Peter Shane penned an article in The Atlantic highlighting the administrative rules that the Trump administration has attempted to corrupt.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Leah Litman published an article in The Atlantic examining the Supreme Court’s decision to hear New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. City of New York.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Daniel Cotter authored an article in the Harvard Law & Policy Review on the myth of the impeachment inquiry process and authored an article in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin on the number of confirmed judges that President Trump has nominated.
ACS Central Missouri Lawyer Chapter Leader Frank Bowman published an article in Foreign Affairs on how foreign policy has always been at the heart of impeachment.
ACS Michigan Lawyer Chapter Leader and Next Generation Leader Roeiah Epps and ACS member Valerie Newman were featured in the Detroit Legal News in relation to an ACS event on criminal justice reform at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
ACS member Adam Liptak published an article in The New York Times on whether or not President Trump can challenge his impeachment in the Supreme Court.
ACS member Renato Mariotti published an article in Politico arguing that abuse of power should be the foundation of the articles of impeachment if Democrats hope to persuade skeptics.
ACS Assistant Director of Chapters Jordan Blisk was named Executive Director and Board Chair of the Colorado Name Change Project.