ACS Member News: Week of March 14, 2022

ACS Board of Directors Member Michele Goodwin was quoted in “Missouri’s Proposed Anti-Abortion Law Has an Eerie Resemblance to the Fugitive Slave Act” in Mother Jones. 

ACS Board of Directors Member Melissa Murray appeared on The Guardian for a podcast segment on “How Ketanji Brown Jackson became Biden’s supreme court nominee.” 

ACS Board of Advisors Member Erwin Chemerinsky was quoted in “Red state attacks on transgender residents are getting more unhinged” in the Las Vegas Sun.  

ACS Southern Methodist University Faculty Advisor Leo Yu released “’Do I need to listen to the Supreme Court?’ The Fifth Circuit Has Doubts.”on Plead the Fifth podcast.  

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board Member Daniel A. Cotter authored “Hold the justice’s beer, and hold those cases better suited for the regular docket” in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.  

ACS State AG Project Advisory Committee Member Terri Gerstein was mentioned in “How Gig Workers in Canada are Fighting for Employee Rights” in The Real News Network.    

ACS Next Generation Leader Adam Morfeld was mentioned in “Public Defenders Shake Up Key Prosecutor Races from Arkansas to Oregon” in Bolts.  

ACS Next Generation Leader and ACS Montana Lawyer Chapter Leader Rylee Sommers-Flanagan was quoted in “Making the case on voting rights” in the Montana Free Press.  

ACS Members Margaret Hu and Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia  authored “One year ago in Atlanta, historical exclusion and long-standing prejudices proved fatal” in The Washington Post.  

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