Tag Archives: bureaucratic resistance

Herz on Nou on Bureaucratic Resistance

by Christopher J. Walker — Saturday, July 27, 2019@chris_j_walker

Earlier this week over at JOTWELL, Michael Herz reviewed Jennifer Nou’s latest work on bureaucratic resistance — Civil Servant Disobedience — which was just published in the Chicago-Kent Law Review as part of a terrific symposium Peter Strauss organized on administrative law in the Trump Administration. You can check out the full symposium issue here. Here’s […]

Upcoming Event: Meet the Author with Dr. Rachel A. Potter

by Bridget C.E. Dooling — Tuesday, Apr. 30, 2019@BridgetDooling

In mid-May, the GW Regulatory Studies Center will host UVA Professor Rachel A. Potter to discuss her new book “Bending the Rules: Procedural Politicking in the Bureaucracy.” From the University of Chicago Press summary: “With Bending the Rules, Rachel Augustine Potter shows that rulemaking is not the rote administrative activity it is commonly imagined to be but […]

Bureaucratic Assistance

by Christopher J. Walker — Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018@chris_j_walker

We just wrapped up the American Bar Association’s annual Administrative Law Conference, which was a terrific event and broke records with more than 700 adlaw geeks in attendance. I had the privilege of moderating the final panel of the conference, focused on the future of the federal civil service. We had a terrific panel and […]