I designed this graphic to complement CAC’s existing work about the historical and legal precedent for congressional oversight.
I designed this graphic as part of social media messaging to promote CAC’s brief in a consolidated Supreme Court case in which the court considered whether Title VII—the federal law that prohibits employment discrimination “because of … sex”—prohibits discrimination against individuals because of their sexual orientation or transgender status.
I produced this graphic to accompany a blog written by CAC’s President Elizabeth Wydra.
Photographed at the Constitutional Accountability Center’s Sixth Annual Home Stretch at the Supreme Court event. More photos from the event available here.
I wrote and produced this video commemorating Women’s History Month for the Constitutional Accountability Center. It was shared on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. To read the script, click here.
I proposed the idea for CAC’s “Fauxriginalism” social media campaign after a colleague coined the word while addressing the audience at the 2018 Lavender Law Legal Conference. I approached my team with the idea of creating a concrete definition to shine a light on legal scholars who claim that they practice constitutional originalism—a legal philosophy that the words […]
I designed this graphic as part of social media messaging to promote the release of CAC’s ISSUE BRIEF: The Historical and Legal Basis for the Exercise of Congressional Oversight Authority.
I designed this graphic as part of social media messaging to elevate CAC’s involvement in Members of Congress’ lawsuit to protect the Affordable Care Act.
This photo was taken during a snowstorm in January 2019.