ACS Member News: Week of July 5, 2021
ACS Board of Directors Member Melissa Murray was quoted in “The End of the Term Proved This Is Not a Restrained, Moderate Supreme Court” in Slate.
ACS Board of Directors Member Daniel Goldman was quoted in “What the Weisselberg indictment could mean for Trump” in The Week.
ACS Board of Directors Member Aziz Huq was quoted in “Key cases on politics expose 6-3 divide on Supreme Court” in USA Today.
ACS Board of Advisors Member Erwin Chemerinsky was quoted in “Five takeaways from the Supreme Court's term” in The Hill.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors Member Steve Vladeck was quoted in “Trump’s Supreme Court shrinks from controversy” in Politico.
ACS Faculty Advisor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Kate Shaw appeared on “What We Learned From This Supreme Court Term” on the FiveThirtyEight Politics Podcast.
ACS Next Generation Leader Taru Taylor authored “How Qualified Immunity Subverts the Rule of Law” in the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund Blog.
ACS Member Rick Hasen was quoted in “U.S. Supreme Court weakens federal voting protections” in The Triangle Tribune, and in “Delayed election results present a boon to confusion and conspiracy theories” in Yahoo News.
ACS member Antonio Ingram authored “Opinion: Critical race theory opponents are targeting an imaginary foe” in The Mercury News.