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Beyond Seminole Rock — Or Why What We Think We Know About Administrative Deference May Be Wrong

by Aaron Nielson — Thursday, Aug. 11, 2016@Aaron_L_Nielson

Law students go to law school for all sorts of reasons. Some dream of practicing criminal law because they watch a lot of television. Others want to be politicians and see law school as a launching pad. Many want to work for nonprofits because they care deeply about particular issues. Others want to follow in […]