ACS Member News: Week of May 23, 2022

ACS Board of Directors Member Michele Goodwin was quoted in “U.S. House Judiciary Committee debates abortion in advance of landmark court ruling” in Idaho Capital Sun.  

ACS Board of Directors Member Melissa Murray authored “How the Right to Birth Control Could Be Undone ” in The New York Times.  

ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Erwin Chemerinsky was mentioned in “Berkeley Law announces program to offset tuition, fees for Native American students” in The Daily Californian. 

ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Steve Vladeck was quoted in “Supreme Court makes it more difficult for prisoners to argue they had ineffective counsel” in CNN.   

ACS Academic Advisor Member Leah Litman authored “The Supreme Court Just Gutted Another Constitutional Right” in Slate and was quoted in “Legal Analysts Blast Supreme Court Ruling Denying Prisoners Who Were Incompetently Represented in State Courts Access to Federal Courts to Prove Innocence, Constitutional Violations” in Death Penalty Info.  

ACS Next Generation Leader Jaylin McClinton received award for outstanding pro bono and community service leadership at the 2022 Public Interest Awards ceremony of Chicago-Kent College of Law.  

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board Member Dan Cotter authored “Cruzin’ toward oblivion — some rights are more equal than others, court says” in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. 

ACS Arkansas Little Rock Faculty Advisor Joshua M. Silverstein authored “Not from thin air” in Arkansas Online.    

ACS University of Alabama School of Law Faculty Advisor Joyce Vance was quoted in “Intensifying Inquiry Into Alternate Electors Focuses on Trump Lawyers” in The New York Times.