ACS Member News: Week of May 14, 2018

ACS President Caroline Fredrickson is mentioned by The Washington Post concerning her piece with Norm Eisen and Noah Bookbinder in The New York Times on why the next New York Attorney General is important.

ACS Board member Elise Boddie is quoted by The New York Times and concerning her involvement in a lawsuit against New Jersey over rampant segregation in the state’s public-school system.

ACS Board member Erwin Chemerinsky wrote a piece for The Sacramento Bee regarding judicial independence this election season in Northern California. Chemerinsky is also quoted by Politifact regarding the Mueller investigation and Mother Jones on litigation over the Arpaio pardon.

ACS Board member Adam Winkler was featured on 94.1 KPFA discussing his book, We The Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights.

ACS Western New York Lawyer Chapter Board of Directors chair Frank Housh was quoted by The Buffalo News concerning the renomination of attorney Kathleen M. Sweet to the federal bench.

ACS Faculty Advisor at George Washington University Law School David Fontana was on The Kojo Nnamdi Show discussing how D.C.’s “new cool factor” is divisive.

ACS member Molly Coleman is quoted by Above The Law addressing why top law schools are requesting that firms disclose summer associate arbitration agreements.

ACS member Leif Dautch wrote an opinion piece for The San Francisco Chronicle discussing how the Hunters Point Shipyard cleanup is a textbook case of environmental injustice.

ACS member Ally Coll Steele was interviewed by PBS NewsHour concerning sexual harassment reform efforts in Congress.