ACS Member News: Week of July 13, 2020
ACS Board of Directors member Daniel Goldman was interviewed on MSNBC about the timing of the commutation of Roger Stone.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Steve Vladeck co-authored an essay in the Harvard Law Review Forum that argues that “the suspension approach to judicial review is wrong — not just as applied to governmental actions taken in response to novel coronavirus, but in general.”
ACS Faculty Advisor at the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School Neil Makhija was featured on Action News on 6abc for his surprise proposal to his now-fiancé, a doctor on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
ACS Next Generation Leader Lena Zwarensteyn authored an op-ed in Univision News about the Senate “prioritizing the confirmation of judges who will roll back progress on civil and human rights” over “answering calls to focus on the safety, health, and economy of our communities.”
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Dan Cotter wrote in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about the final cases of this Supreme Court term.
ACS member Michele Goodwin was a panelist at a town hall discussion on protecting the right to vote, which was presented by Ms. Magazine, Feminist Majority Foundation, Girls Learn International, and The Civics Center.