ACS Member News: Week of February 7, 2022
ACS Board of Directors Member Aziz Huq authored “Why Biden Should Pick a Scalia to Replace a Breyer” in Politico.
ACS Board of Directors Member Garrett Epps authored “Donald Trump Promised He Wouldn’t Nominate a Black Woman to the Supreme Court” in Washington Monthly.
ASC Board of Directors Member Michele Goodwin hosted an episode of “Road to Confirmation: Biden Promised a Black Woman Supreme Court Nominee. Now What?” featuring ACS Executive Vice President Zinelle October, ACS Board of Directors member Franita Tolson, ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Steve Vladeck, and ACS member Danielle Holley-Walker for Ms. Magazine.
ACS Board of Advisors member Erwin Chemerinsky authored “If the Supreme Court bans affirmative action, it continues the U.S. legacy of racial discrimination” in Los Angeles Times.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Jamal Greene was featured on “Let’s Talk About How Truly Bizarre Our Supreme Court Is” on the Ezra Klein Show, The New York Times Podcast.
ACS Next Generation Leader Zachary Kolodin was announced as Chief Infrastructure Officer and Director of the Michigan Infrastructure Office.
ACS Nashville Lawyer Chapter Board of Directors member Shanna Singh Hughey, and ACS Members Robert Stewart and Brianna Lennon were selected as the 2022 Democracy Cohort of Emerson Collective Fellows.
ACS Harvard Student Chapter Leader Alex Tobin authored “The Warren Court and Living Constitutionalism” in the Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality.
ACS Member Jeff Mandell was quoted in “Wisconsin Is Ground Zero for the MAGA Effort to Steal the Next Election” in Rolling Stone.
ACS Associate Director of Chapters Jordan Blisk was awarded the 2022 Stonewall Award by the American Bar Association.