ACS Member News: Week of March 28, 2022
ACS Board of Directors Member Garrett Epps authored “The Supreme Court Considers a Family Divided” in Washington Monthly.
ACS Board of Directors Member Michele Goodwin was awarded the 2022 ABA’s Margaret Brent Award by the American Bar Association and appeared with ACS Member Barbara McQuade on “GOP Turns Supreme Court Hearing into a 2024 Presidential Audition” on MSNBC.
ACS Board of Directors Member Melissa Murray appeared on “Republican questions on same-sex marriage raise concerns of future debate to overturn” on NPR.
ACS Board of Directors Member Shira A. Scheindlin was quoted in “The Supreme Court Considers a Family Divided” in Washington Monthly.
ACS Board of Advisors Member Erwin Chemerinsky authored “Free speech doesn’t mean hecklers get to shut down campus debate” in The Washington Post.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Leah Litman was quoted in “The Supreme Court must protect itself from the Thomas duo” in The Washington Post.
ACS Next Generation Leader Conchita Cruz was quoted in “U.S. immigration agency moves to cut 9.5 million-case backlog and speed up processing” in CBS News.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board Member Dan Cotter authored “Per curiam? More like per curious for decision in Wisconsin remap” in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
ACS Member Antonio Ingram authored “Your Ban Can’t Erase Our Powerful Black And Queer History” in Blavity.
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