We are excited to announce that the 2019 Administrative Law Conference is now open for registration!
This year’s conference features 20 panels providing in-depth analysis of current administrative law and practice, with insights gleaned from faculty who are leaders in government, academia and private practice. (12.5 Hours CLE, to be requested).
Topics at a Glance:
Deference or Indifference? The Impact of Kisor v Wilkie on Judicial Review of Agency Regulatory Interpretation and on Agency Practice
Navigating the Regulatory Morass to Advance Emerging Technologies
Regulatory Flexibility Act: Giving Small Businesses a Fair Shake
Regulatory Budgeting: Historical Insights and Current Practice
Multistate Occupational Licensing: Growing Trend and Response to Antitrust Issues
Guidance: Lessons Learned for an Evolving Legal Landscape
Funding the Government: The Brave New World of Appropriations Shutdowns, Budget and Debt Ceiling Battles, & Emergencies
Artificial Intelligence in Regulatory Enforcement
Reconsidering the Qualified Immunity Defense
The Need for a Central Administrative Court in Light of Lucia v. SEC
Artificial Intelligence in Administrative Adjudication
Developments in Administrative Law Parts 1 and 2
Judicial Reflections on Administrative Law Across the Circuits
Will States Follow Kisor’s Lead? Seminole Rock and Auer Deference at the State Level
Ethical Government Lawyering and Bureaucratic Resistance
Statutory Interpretation and Corpus Linguistics: Enhancing Persuasiveness or Adding Complexity?
Administrative Agencies and the Courts
Panels covering the Administrative Record, Nationwide Injunctions, and more, to be added.