ACS Member News: Week of January 13, 2020

ACS Board of Advisors members Walter E. Dellinger III and Dawn Johnsen authored an article in The Washington Post about the constitutionality of a wealth tax.

ACS Board of Advisors member Geoffrey Stone appeared on WTTW to discuss his book, “Democracy and Equality: The Enduring Constitutional Vision of the Warren Court.”

ACS Faculty Advisor at the University of Kentucky College of Law Joshua Douglas authored an op-ed in the Lexington Herald Leader about voter ID laws.

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board of Advisors member Carolyn Shapiro was featured on the Ipse Dixit podcast to discuss her article "Democracy, Federalism, and the Guarantee Clause."

ACS New York Lawyer Chapter Leader Nora Benavidez provided Pen America with “Five Ways Writers Can Protect Their Rights at the U.S. Border” in response to the reports of Iranians and Iranian-Americans being stopped at the U.S. border.

ACS Central Missouri Lawyer Chapter Chair Frank Bowman authored an article in The Washington Post on the impact of executive privilege in the Senate impeachment proceedings, and was quoted in The New York Times about Chief Justice John Roberts’s role in the impeachment trial.

ACS Bay Area Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Palak Sheth was interviewed by the San Francisco City Insider podcast to discuss the work of the Post March Salon (PMS).

ACS member Nicholas Bagley was on MSNBC to discuss the strategy of the Trump administration and its attacks on the Affordable Care Act.

ACS member Suja Thomas was selected as a 2020 Diverse Voices in Docs Fellow and is working on 1 Angry Man, a comedically-presented documentary film showing the devastating social consequences of the disappearance of juries.

Former ACS President Caroline Fredrickson authored an op-ed in The Washington Post noting that “It’s up to John Roberts to make sure senators stay true to their oath.”