ACS Member News: Week of May 21, 2018
ACS Board member Ruben J. Garcia is quoted by The Los Angeles Times scheduled strike by the Culinary Union in Las Vegas, Nevada.
ACS Board member Ganesh Sitaraman wrote a piece for The Guardian discussing “To End a Presidency: The Power of Impeachment,” by Laurence Tribe and ACS member Joshua Matz.
ACS Board of Advisors member Linda Greenhouse wrote a piece for The New York Times concerning reproductive freedom.
ACS Board of Advisors member Dennis Herrera is quoted by YSL Today concerning his letter to Mick Mulvaney of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), urging him to continue enforcement against predatory and unlawful business practices. Bay Area Lawyer Chapter Board of Directors member Neha Gupta and former ACS Student Chapter Co-President at Yale Law School Juan Ruiz are also quoted.
Bay Area Lawyer Chapter Board of Directors member Jessica Jackson Sloan is quoted by USA Today concerning a prison reform summit at the White House.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Georgia State University College of Law Jessie Gabel Cino is quoted by KPVI concerning a $1 billion verdict in a sexual assault case.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Kate Shaw is featured on Why Is This Happening With Chris Hayes discussing Trump’s attacks on the rule of law.
ACS State Attorneys General Advisory Committee member Terri Gerstein wrote an opinion piece for The New York Times discussing the Supreme Court’s decision in Epic Systems Corporation v. Lewis and the blow back it will have on workers. Gerstein also wrote a piece for NY Daily News on Aaron Schlossberg's recent anti-immigrant rant and for The Nation on the need for prosecutors to shift their focus to protecting workers.
Former ACS Student Chapter President at the University of Georgia Law School Russell Edwards was elected to the Athens, GA City Council.