ACS Member News: Week of February 15, 2021
ACS Board of Directors member Daniel Goldman authored an op-ed in The Washington Post on witness intimidation, the impeachment, and Donald Trump, noting that “witness intimidation was yet again a factor in a proceeding intended to hold Trump accountable for his misconduct.”
ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Steve Vladeck and ACS member Loren L. AliKhan testified before the U.S. House Committee On The Judiciary on the Supreme Court’s shadow docket.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Loyola University New Orleans College of Law Johanna Kalb has been named the next Dean of the University of Idaho College of Law.
ACS Co-Faculty Advisor at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Ekow Yankah was elected to chair the New York Public Campaign Finance Board.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Dan Cotter released a new episode of his podcast, The Podium and Panel Podcast, titled, “Does this policy cover anything?”
ACS North Florida Lawyer Chapter Leader Kevin Golembiewski authored an op-ed in the Tampa Bay Times about the lack of Black judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, noting that the Eleventh Circuit “presides over a larger population of Black people than any other state or federal court, save the U.S. Supreme Court.”
ACS member Laura Brill co-authored an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times on what California can learn from Georgia about increasing youth voter turnout.
ACS member Kelsi Corkran has joined the Georgetown University Law Center’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection as a pro bono senior fellow.
ACS member Antonio Ingram authored an article in The Bar Association of San Francisco about Pauli Murray, her impact on the legal community, and how she paved the way for other women of color.