ACS Member News: Week of June 18, 2018
ACS President Caroline Fredrickson wrote a piece for USA Today arguing that the President has not been exonerated from the Russia probe.
ACS Board Chair Pamela Karlan is quoted by the Miami Herald regarding Fane Lozeman’s First Amendment victory at the Supreme Court.
ACS Board member Alejandra Y. Castillo wrote a piece for Medium on the need to end family separation.
ACS Board member Erwin Chemerinsky wrote a piece for the Sacramento Bee on how to change police abuse laws.
ACS Board member Nancy Gertner discussed the DOJ Inspector General’s report on the handling of the Clinton investigation on Radio Boston.
ACS Board of Advisors member Walter Dellinger wrote a piece for Lawfare about the complicated reality of indicting a sitting president.
ACS Board of Advisors member Daniel P. Tokaji was interviewed on The Los Angeles Times podcast “Patt Morrison Asks” regarding Ohio’s voter purge law.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Loyola Law School Justin Levitt is quoted by McClatchy DC concerning the Supreme Court gerrymandering decision.
ACS Student Chapter President at Stetson University College of Law Bianca Lopez wrote a piece for Stetson Law News covering the ACS National Convention.
ACS member Sahar Aziz is quoted in The Intercept addressing federal “Countering Violent Extremism” grants that target minority communities.
ACS member Daniel Horwitz was selected as a "2018 On the Rise – Top 40 Young Lawyer" by the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division.
ACS member Timothy Perry wrote a piece for Fox&Hounds about the need for alternate approaches to border security.
ACS member Mary Kelly Persyn spoke about President Trump’s executive order on family detention on KGO-810 AM.