October 17, 2018
Reforming The Court: October 25 Panel Discussion in D.C.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh
CONTACT: Wil Lutz, firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT: Proposals to alter the composition of the Supreme Court have been around for some time and have multiplied in recent years as the judicial nominations process has grown increasingly contentious. With Republican Senators refusing to even hold a hearing for Merrick Garland, and with the recent confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh, some claim the Court has never been this politicized and partisan. What can be done to save its legitimacy? Join ACS and a panel of experts on Thursday, October 25 at 12:00pm ET for a discussion of the alternatives.
Mark Schmitt, Director, Political Reform Program and Senior Advisor, Leadership Team, New America
Kara Stein, Vice President of Program and Policy, American Constitution Society
Kimberly Atkins, Chief Washington Reporter and Columnist, Boston Herald, and MSNBC Contributor, Moderator
Robert Bauer, Professor of Practice and Distinguished Scholar in Residence, NYU School of Law; White House Counsel to President Obama
Amanda Frost, Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law
Aziz Huq, Frank and Bernice J. Greenberg Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School
Ganesh Sitaraman, Chancellor Faculty Fellow, Professor of Law, Vanderbilt Law School
Thursday, October 25 at 12:00pm ET
New America, 740 15th Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20005
The American Constitution Society (ACS), founded in 2001 and one of the nation's leading progressive legal organizations, is a rapidly growing network of lawyers, law students, scholars, judges, policymakers and other concerned individuals dedicated to making the law a force to improve lives of all people. For more information about the organization or to locate one of the more than 200 lawyer and law student chapters in 48 states, please visit www.acslaw.org.