ACS Member News: Week of January 4, 2021

ACS Board of Directors member Garrett Epps authored a piece in Washington Monthly about the need to punish the domestic terrorists who participated in the “Capitol Terror” on January 6, 2021.

ACS Board of Directors member Dawn Smalls was recognized as a Notable Woman in Law by Crain’s New York Business.

ACS Board of Directors member Franita Tolson was quoted in Vox about the sway Trump voters will continue to hold in the Republican party for the foreseeable future.

ACS Board of Advisors member Erwin Chemerinsky was quoted in The Philadelphia Inquirer on the 25th Amendment and how it might be used to remove President Trump.

ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Steve Vladeck was quoted in Texas Standard about the charges that could be filed against members of the mob who entered the Capitol and individuals who encouraged illegal action.

ACS Faculty Advisor at UIC John Marshall Law School Steven Schwinn authored an article in Verdict discussing how “ President Trump has manipulated the courts to achieve his hotly controversial and outright illegal policies.”

ACS Next Generation Leader Julia Cherlow was elevated to principal at Bird Marella, and authored a piece in the American Bar Association on best practices for young attorneys arguing their first motion.

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Dan Cotter authored articles in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about Attorney General Bill Barr leaving his post, and about the last ditch efforts by the GOP and President Donald Trump to change the election results.

ACS member Greg Lipper was listed in Washingtonian as one of Washington, DC’s best criminal defense lawyers.

ACS member Margo Schlanger was quoted in about the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act and overcrowding in Alabama’s prisons.

ACS member Sachin Varghese has been named a partner at Bondurant Mixson & Elmore.