Member News: Week of January 14, 2019
ACS President Caroline Fredrickson wrote a piece for USA Today on the need for AG nominee William Barr to pledge to protect the Mueller investigation. She is also quoted in The Nation regarding the Barr confirmation hearings.
ACS Board member Garrett Epps wrote a piece for The Atlantic about the President’s claim that he has the “absolute” right to pardon himself.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Georgia State University College of Law Neil Kinkopf testified at William Barr's confirmation hearing.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Stetson Law Ciara Torres-Spelliscy wrote a piece for The Atlantic about Trump’s efforts to characterize the Mueller investigation as a “witch hunt.”
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Co-Chair Daniel Cotter spoke on WGN Radio about his new book “The Chief Justices.”
ACS Iowa Lawyer Chapter Chair Adam Kenworthy is quoted in the Des Moines Register regarding the state’s process for restoring felon voting rights.
ACS Bay Area Lawyer Chapter Board member Jill Habig co-wrote an article for The Fordham Law Urban Journal entitled “Cities As Engines of Justice.”
ACS Bay Area Lawyer Chapter Board member Jessica Jackson Sloan spoke on Newsy about how the government shutdown is undermining criminal justice reform.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board member Renato Mariotti wrote a piece for Politico about obstruction and the Russia investigation.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board member Juan Thomas was appointed to Leadership Advisory Board of the National Conference of Bar Presidents.
Former ACS DC Lawyer Chapter Leader Elliot Williams is quoted in The Hill regarding Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's potential replacement.