Regulatory Change & the Trump Administrative State Conference

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We are two weeks away from the ABA AdLaw Section’s 15th Annual Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Institute. Our annual spring conference is a lighter, one-day conference, which focuses on 101 topics and current developments in administration law. The annual fall conference, by contrast, is our two-day extravaganza with dozens of panels on basic and […]
Time is funny. I clerked on the D.C. Circuit ten years ago. A decade is a long time — but it sure doesn’t feel like it. From my clerkship days, I remember the judges. I remember the cases. In fact, I even remember some of the oral arguments. Yet I can’t escape reality: The 2019 […]
Summary: This three-post series discusses Citizens for Responsibility & Ethics in Wash. v. U.S. Dep’t of Justice, a recent D.C. Circuit opinion affirming dismissal of a suit seeking to require publication of all Office of Legal Counsel (“OLC”) opinions.  This post critiques the decision. In Citizens for Responsibility & Ethics in Wash. v. U.S. Dep’t […]
For an event honoring the scholarship of Professor Bill Funk, another contributor to this on-line symposium, I have written an essay, Domesticating Guidance, summarizing my thinking about the use and misuse of agency guidance documents. No one doubts that that the soft law of guidance documents, which do not require notice and comment under the […]

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