ACS Member News: Week of December 3, 2018
ACS President Caroline Fredrickson is quoted in The Washington Post concerning Wisconsin Republicans’ efforts to curb the incoming governor’s authority.
Garrett Epps, Holly Fechner, Neil Siegel and Franita Tolson were elected to the ACS Board of Directors.
ACS Board member Erwin Chemerinsky wrote a piece for the ABA Journal regarding how retaliatory-arrest claims relate to the First and Fourth amendments.
ACS Board member Garrett Epps wrote a piece for The Atlantic examining the challenge to the “separate sovereigns” rule in Gamble v. United States.
ACS Board member Adam Winkler’s book “We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights” was named one of The Economist’s “Books of the Year.”
ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Justin Driver is quoted in The New York Times about whether civics lessons are a constitutional right.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Steve Vladeck is quoted in The Atlantic regarding the Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF).
ACS State Attorneys General Project Advisory Committee member Terri Gerstein wrote a piece for Slate on Trump’s failure to enforce white-collar crimes.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Georgia State University College of Law Neil Kinkopf wrote a piece for Take Care arguing that President Trump's executive order closing the government out of respect to George H.W. Bush violates the plain text of a federal statute.
ACS member Steve Sanders spoke on Bloomberg Law’s podcast regarding the President’s continued complaints about the ninth circuit court of appeals.