Member News: Week of September 10, 2018
ACS President Caroline Fredrickson co-wrote an op-ed for The Boston Globe arguing that truth is a casualty in the Kavanaugh nomination.
ACS Board member Alejandra Castillo spoke at the Hispanic National Bar Association Convention.
ACS Board member Ron Klain was interviewed by Preet Bharara on Stay Tuned with Preet discussing the Kavanaugh nomination and the Supreme Court.
ACS Board member Hon. Tim Lewis co-published a new report with Brookings which explores the legal requirements for putting the Kavanaugh hearing on hold.
ACS Board member Melissa Murray and ACS members Lisa Heinzerling and Peter Shane testified on the final day of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings.
ACS Board of Advisors member Spencer Overton is quoted in The New York Times regarding a study that found the overwhelming majority of House aides are white.
ACS Georgia Lawyer Chapter Board of Advisors member Eric J. Segall wrote a piece for The New York Times questioning whether it matters if Brett Kavanaugh is an originalist.
ACS member Heidi Li Feldman spoke on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal about the history of the 25th amendment.
ACS member Ryan Spiegel won The Daily Record’s 2018 Very Important Professional award.
ACS member Lena Zwarensteyn wrote a piece for USA Today on the flawed Supreme Court nomination hearing process.