Member News: Week of January 28, 2019
ACS Board member Melissa Murray spoke on MSNBC about Roger Stone’s comment that he’s facing a “legal lynching.”
ACS Board member Adam Winkler is quoted in the Washington Post concerning the implications of the Supreme Court’s decision to take a Second Amendment case. His book “We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights" was also nominated for a National Book Critics Circle prize.
ACS Board of Advisors members Walter Dellinger and Dawn Johnsen are quoted in Boston.com regarding the constitutionality of a proposed wealth tax.
ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Jamal Greene wrote an essay for The Yale Law Journal arguing that the Supreme Court's recent claim to overrule Korematsu was "both empty and grotesque."
ACS Board of Academic Advisors member Steve Vladeck is quoted in CNN addressing what a ruling on abortion access could indicate about the Supreme Court’s new conservative majority.
ACS Faculty Advisor at the University of Kentucky College of Law Josh Douglas wrote a piece for CNN on the merits of H.R. 1, the For the People Act.
ACS Faculty Advisor at Loyola Law School Justin Levitt is quoted in The Huffington Post regarding Texas' pattern of discriminating against minority voters.
ACS Madison Lawyer Chapter Chair Jeff Mandell spoke on WPR about a lawsuit to overturn all of the measures Wisconsin Republicans passed in a lame-duck session last month.
ACS Chicago Lawyer Chapter Board members Joseph Alfe and Grant Talabay wrote a piece for The Daily Herald on digital privacy rights.
ACS Western New York Lawyer Chapter leader Vanessa Glushefski has become Buffalo’s acting comptroller.
ACS member Barb McQuade wrote a piece for USA Today on Roger Stone’s indictment and the future of the Mueller investigation.
Former ACS DC Lawyer Chapter leader Elliot Williams spoke on MSNBC about the latest in the Mueller probe.