Category Archives: Symposium on the ABA AdLaw Section’s Report to the President-Elect

The Role of ACUS in Improving the Administrative Process under the New Administration, by Cheryl Blake

by Guest Blogger — Thursday, Nov. 24, 2016

Proposals for regulatory reform featured prominently in the run-up to the 2016 election and will likely continue to receive very close attention in the new administration. As Emily Bremer highlighted in her introduction to this symposium, the American Bar Association’s Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice prepared a report for both presidential candidates in […]

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The Right Kind of Cooperation

by Aaron Nielson — Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016@Aaron_L_Nielson

I am also pleased to contribute to this symposium on the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice’s 2016 Report to the President-Elect. My assignment? Regulatory cooperation between the United States and other countries. I strongly support such cooperation — well, at least most of the time. To begin, this is what the Report has […]

The ABA AdLaw Section’s Report to the President-Elect: Adjudication Recommendations, by Michael Asimow

by Guest Blogger — Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2016

A Trump administration is unlikely to be supportive of three of the four recommendations relating to adjudication in the Report to the President-Elect by the ABA Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. Considering these recommendations (though not in the order they were presented in the ABA’s letter): 1) The Ad Law Section urged the […]

The OIRA Transparency Problem, by Peter Strauss

by Guest Blogger — Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016

Among the ABA AdLaw Section’s recommendations in its bi-partisan Report to the President-Elect sent to both candidates before the election was this one concerning OIRA’s administration of Executive Order 12,866: Third, we urge you to ensure appropriate transparency in White House oversight of agency rulemaking through OIRA. From their beginning, the Executive orders creating a […]

Three Years Ago Today the Senate Dems (Partially) Killed the Filibuster

by Chris Walker — Monday, Nov. 21, 2016@chris_j_walker

I am delighted to contribute to this symposium on the 2016 Report to the President-Elect that the American Bar Association’s Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice issued shortly before the presidential election. As Emily Bremer noted in her symposium introduction earlier today, a number of administrative law scholars and experts will be doing short […]

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 […]