November 13, 2017 - WASHINGTON, DC.
This week, the House Committee on the Judiciary will hear testimony from Attorney General Jeff Sessions. As the nation’s leading legal officer and as former chairman of the National Security Advisory Committee for the Trump Campaign, the Attorney General is in a unique position to advance public understanding of issues emerging in the ongoing inquiries into Russian interference in the 2016 election. In light of the upcoming Judiciary Committee hearing, the ACS-CREW Presidential Investigation Education Project offers the following key questions for the Attorney General.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – October 30, 2017 -- The American Constitution Society (ACS) and Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) are partnering to promote informed public evaluation of the investigations by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and others into Russian interference in the 2016 election and related matters. The joint effort will be called the ACS-CREW Presidential Investigation Education Project. It will include developing and disseminating legal analysis of key issues that emerge as the inquiries unfold. The project also will connect the press and members of the public with ACS and CREW experts and other legal scholars who are writing on these matters.
In light of the reported impending indictment by the Special Counsel, ACS and CREW have assembled links to recent writing by those associated with our two organizations concerning the investigations. If you have questions about any of these materials or would like to consult with our experts on unfolding events, please contact Katherine Shek, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jordan Libowitz, email@example.com.