Author Archives: Emily Bremer

About Emily Bremer

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J.D., New York University School of Law, 2006

B.A., New York University, 2003

Emily S. Bremer is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wyoming College of Law. Before joining the faculty, Professor Bremer served as the Research Chief of the Administrative Conference of the United States, worked as an associate in the telecommunications and appellate practice of Wiley Rein LLP, and clerked for Judge Andrew J. Kleinfeld of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Her research focuses on the intersection of public and private governance, with a particular focus on the use of privately developed technical standards in government regulation.

New Spring Meeting Dates Announced (ACUS Update)

by Emily Bremer — Tuesday, Mar. 21, 2017@emilysbremer

The Administrative Conference has announced new committee meeting dates for one of its spring projects, which I recently previewed.  The new dates are as follows: The Committee on Rulemaking will meet to discuss the Negotiated Rulemaking project on Thursday, March 23 at 9:30 am and Thursday, April 13 at 9:30 am. If you would like […]

Klonick on the New Governors of Online Speech (AdLaw Bridge Series)

by Emily Bremer — Tuesday, Mar. 21, 2017@emilysbremer

Kate Klonick has a fascinating new article forthcoming in the Harvard Law Review examining how private online platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, regulate user speech.  Entitled The New Governors: The People, Rules, and Processes Governing Online Speech, the article is an important contribution to the understanding of how private entities regulate conduct and enforce public law norms […]

Spring 2017 Projects (ACUS Update)

by Emily Bremer — Sunday, Mar. 19, 2017@emilysbremer

The Administrative Conference of the United States will soon begin spring committee meetings on a slate of projects targeted for completion at the 67th annual plenary session, to be held in June.  These projects include: (1) Adjudication Materials on Agency Websites; (2) Negotiated Rulemaking; (3) Electronic Case Management in Federal Administrative Adjudication; and (4) Marketable […]

ACUS Adopts Four Recommendations at its 66th Plenary (ACUS Update)

by Emily Bremer — Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016@emilysbremer

At its 66th Plenary Session, held December 13th and 14th, 2016, the Administrative Conference adopted four new recommendations.  From the Federal Register notice, which is on public inspection today, these four recommendations include: Recommendation 2016-3, Special Procedural Rules for Social Security Litigation in District Court. This recommendation encourages the Judicial Conference of the United States to develop […]

Conclusion: Symposium on the ABA AdLaw Section’s 2016 Report to the President-Elect, by Emily Bremer and Paul Noe

by Emily Bremer — Friday, Dec. 16, 2016@emilysbremer

Over the last several weeks, we have hosted an online symposium on the 2016 Report to the President-Elect on Improving the Administrative Process, which was released by the ABA Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice in advance of the presidential election. The symposium has generated a robust, diverse discussion of many of the recommendations […]

Save the Date for the 66th Plenary Session (ACUS Update)

by Emily Bremer — Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016@emilysbremer

The Administrative Conference has released the agenda for its 66th Annual Plenary Session, which will be held on Tuesday, December 13 (from 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm) and Wednesday, December 14 (from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm).  Proposed recommendations on four subjects will be under consideration.  From the Federal Register notice on public inspection today: Social […]

Introduction: Symposium on the ABA AdLaw Section’s 2016 Report to the President-Elect

by Emily Bremer — Monday, Nov. 21, 2016@emilysbremer

Over the next week or so, we will be hosting an online symposium on the 2016 Report to the President-Elect on Improving the Administrative Process, which was released by the ABA Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice ahead of this year’s presidential election.  The symposium will feature posts from a wide diversity of administrative […]

ABA AdLaw Section Releases Report to the President-Elect

by Emily Bremer — Monday, Nov. 7, 2016@emilysbremer

The ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice has just released its 2016 Report to the President-Elect on Improving the Administrative Process.  In keeping with its practice in previous election years, the Section has delivered the report to the transition teams of the two major party candidates for President. I had the good fortune of working […]

Fall 2016 Projects (ACUS Update)

by Emily Bremer — Monday, Oct. 17, 2016@emilysbremer

This fall, the Administrative Conference’s committees are working on a full slate of projects targeted for completion at the 66th Plenary Session, which will be held in December 2016.  These projects include: (1) The Ombudsman in Federal Agencies; (2) Informal Agency Adjudication; (3) Public-Private Partnerships; (4) Self-Represented Parties in Administrative Hearings; and (5) Social Security Administration […]

Introduction to the Administrative Conference Update

by Emily Bremer — Friday, Oct. 14, 2016@emilysbremer

I am delighted to join the lineup of regular bloggers at the Yale Journal on Regulation.  One contribution I will make to the blog will be an ongoing series, entitled Administrative Conference Update, which will highlight new and continuing projects, upcoming committee meetings, proposed and recently adopted recommendations, and other news about the Administrative Conference of […]