ACS Member News: Weeks of January 18 & 25, 2021
The American Constitution Society, ACS Faculty Advisor at Fordham University School of Law Zephyr Teachout, and ACS Georgia Lawyer Chapter Board of Advisors member Stacey Abrams were recognized in The Nation as progressive organizations and individuals that kept hope alive in 2020 and prepared us for 2021.
ACS Board of Directors member Franita Tolson authored an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times on why the mob that stormed the Capitol “seemed to believe the insurrection was their ‘1776 moment.’”
ACS Next Generation Leader Austin Ownbey was quoted in Law360 about how antitrust law is unlikely to be a successful tactic for Parler or anyone else wanting to use antitrust law to counteract bias.
ACS Associate Director of Chapters Jordan Blisk was interviewed by The World reflecting on President Biden's decision to reverse a 2017 ban on transgender military service.
ACS Columbus Lawyer Chapter Board of Directors members Anna Sanyal and Kyle Strickland were included in Columbus CEO’s Future 50 Class of 2021.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Dan Cotter authored articles in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin about Trump’s second impeachment and about the presidential transition.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board of Advisors member Steven Levin was interviewed on The Rankings Podcast about his groundbreaking work on nursing home and medical malpractice litigation.
ACS member Joel Goldstein was quoted in USA Today about Vice President Kamala Harris’s unique strengths and the unique challenges she will face.