Member News: Week of April 22, 2018

ACS President Caroline Fredrickson is quoted in U.S. News & World Report regarding political polarization in the judiciary.

ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Leah Litman wrote a piece for Slate explaining why Don McGahn is "no hero."

ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Steve Vladeck wrote a piece for NBC News arguing that whether Trump broke any criminal laws is formally irrelevant to whether the House has the constitutional authority to impeach him.

ACS Faculty Advisor at University of Kentucky College of Law Josh Douglas wrote a piece for CNN warning that the Supreme Court census case could help pick 2024 election winners.

ACS Faculty Advisor at Boston College Law School Kent Greenfield wrote a piece for WBUR on presidential power and the obligations of faithfulness.

ACS Faculty Advisor at Loyola Law School Justin Levitt is highlighted on SCOTUSblog for his essay concerning the collateral consequences of Department of Commerce v. New York.

ACS Central Missouri Lawyer Chapter Chair Frank Bowman wrote a piece for Slate arguing that the Mueller report is an irrefutable case that Trump is unfit for office.

ACS Boston Lawyer Chapter Board of Advisors member Ben Clements wrote an op-ed for The Boston Globe explaining how the Mueller report is a roadmap for impeachment.

ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Dan Cotter wrote a piece for the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin on playing politics with the courts.