ACS Member News: Week of May 31, 2021

ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Steve Vladeck was quoted in “Fact-checking Sidney Powell's claim Trump could be reinstated” on CNN.

ACS Board of Advisors member Geoffrey Stone was quoted in “Chicago Mayor sued by journalist for limiting interviews to reporters of color” in the Guardian.

ACS Faculty Advisor at the University of Colorado Law School Suzette Malveaux authored “Opinion: Acknowledging the Tulsa massacre isn’t enough. There must be legal culpability.” in The Washington Post.

ACS Washington DC Lawyer Chapter Leader Kaiya Lyons was quoted in “Monumental adopts landmark policy against discrimination and harassment” in DC Metro Theater Arts.

ACS Washington DC Lawyer Chapter Leader Maritza Perez was quoted in “Amazon Won't Screen Employees for Marijuana Use, Will Back Federal Legalization” in Newsweek.

ACS Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University Student Chapter Co-President Freeman Halle authored “The conservative constitutional argument against D.C. statehood is a red herring” in the Arizona Mirror.

ACS member Rick Hasen was interviewed in “Can the Federal Government Stop States’ Restrictive Voting Laws?” for NPR’s All Things Considered.

ACS member Carol Anderson was highlighted in “Historian Uncovers The Racist Roots Of The 2nd Amendment” on NPR’s Fresh Air.