Election Winners and More: ACS Member News

ACS congratulates members of the ACS network who won their political campaigns this week!

Hon. Dennis Herrera, ACS Board of Advisors member, won his race for San Francisco City Attorney.

Hon. John Kulewicz, ACS Columbus Lawyer Chapter Board of Advisors Chair, won his race for Upper Arlington City Council.

Hon. Shammas Malik, ACS member and Former ACS Harvard Law Student Chapter Leader, won his race for a seat on the Akron City Council.

Hon. Ryan Spiegel, ACS member, won his race for a seat on the Gaithersburg City Council.

Other Member News for November 4, 2019:

ACS Board of Directors member Erwin Chemerinsky was quoted in The New York Times about a federal judge's ruling that the government must provide mental health services to migrant families who experienced psychological harm due to the Trump administration's family separation policies.

ACS Board of Directors member Adam Winkler's book We The Corporations was featured in a PBS News Hour segment.

ACS Co-Faculty Advisor at UDC David A. Clarke School of Law Andrew Ferguson was quoted in a Washington Post article on the potential criminal justice role of Amazon's Alexa.

ACS Minneapolis-St. Paul Lawyer Chapter Co-President and ACS Next Generation Leader Saraswati Singh was featured in a Minnesota State Bar Association--Hennepin County Bar Association article.

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Daniel Cotter authored an article in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about unqualified federal court judicial nominees.

ACS Washington D.C. Lawyer Chapter Leader Maritza Perez was featured in a Lawtina article.

ACS member Ramona Romero was awarded the Judge Ricardo M. Urbina Lifetime Achievement Award by the Hispanic Bar Association of the District of Columbia.

ACS member Valerie Newman was named one of Crain's Detroit 2019 Notable Women in the Law.

ACS member Reeves D. Whalen was named one of America's top 100 personal injury attorneys.