Tag Archives: Events

Register to Attend a Discussion of “The Year Ahead: Regulation in the Supreme Court and the Circuits”

by Jennifer Mascott — Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017@jennmascott

On Friday, September 29, the Hoover Institution and the Antonin Scalia Law School’s Center for the Study of the Administrative State will host a lunchtime panel discussion on circuit court and Supreme Court litigation in the coming Term that may impact the landscape of administrative law.  With the advent of Justice Gorsuch to the Supreme […]

Event Announcement: “Reforming the Administrative State: Looking Back, and Looking Forward” (Hoover Institution)

by Adam White — Tuesday, June 13, 2017

On Friday, June 23, Stanford University’s Hoover Institution will host a public conference in Washington, DC, for discussion of new scholarship on regulation and administrative law. It is the latest event convened by the Hoover Institution’s “Regulation and the Rule of Law Initiative,” which was founded by Michael McConnell, Charles Calomiris, and the late Allan Meltzer, to […]

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GMU Conference on Revisiting Judicial Deference Next Thursday

by Christopher J. Walker — Thursday, May 26, 2016@chris_j_walker

The Center for the Study of the Administrative State, directed by Neomi Rao, has put together a terrific conference entitled Revisiting Judicial Deference: History, Structure, and Accountability. That’s next Thursday, 6/2, at George Mason, starting at 8:45AM. The conference is open to the public and free. Please register here. The lunch keynote will be by […]

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ABA Teleconference: Assessing the Federal Regulatory Response to Sexual Misconduct on Campus, by JREG

by Guest Blogger — Wednesday, Apr. 20, 2016

The ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Education Committee  Presents Assessing the Federal Regulatory Response to Sexual Misconduct on Campus Teleconference Thursday, April 21, 2016 11:30 am – 12:30 pm Eastern Time Five years ago this month, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights issued a “Dear Colleague” letter regarding sexual violence […]

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To Federal Court and NAFTA?: Implications of the Dual Challenge to the U.S. Decision on Keystone XL, by JREG

by Guest Blogger — Tuesday, Mar. 15, 2016

The challenges to the denial of the Keystone XL pipeline simultaneously in both U.S. Federal Court and through the North American Free Trade Agreement’s (NAFTA) investment chapter raise issues regarding how challenges to U.S. regulatory actions might be handled in international arbitration and the future of new trade agreements. The Administrative Law Section Energy Committee, […]

ABA-Hoover Conference: “The Second Hoover Commission’s 60th Anniversary: Lessons for Regulatory Reform” — with Keynote Address by Sen. Orrin Hatch (March 16), by JREG

by Guest Blogger — Thursday, Mar. 10, 2016

It’s often said that “history doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” And this certainly is true of the history of administrative law: many of the issues we debate today, on the structure of agencies, the procedures that agencies should undertake, and the judicial review that agencies should take, echo strongly the debates of past […]

Announcement: 12th Annual Administrative Law Institute, by JREG

by Guest Blogger — Monday, Mar. 7, 2016

The 12th Annual Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Institute (Institute) begins one week from today.  The Institute is hosted by the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice and sponsor, The Regulatory Group. This year’s Institute, which is chaired by John F. Cooney, Partner at Venable LLP and Vice-Chair of the Section, will take place […]

Is Intellectual Property Law Administrative Law? Duke Law Journal Symposium

by Christopher J. Walker — Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016@chris_j_walker

This week the blog is hosting an online symposium entitled Is Immigration Law Administrative Law?, which is based primarily on a panel by the same name that was part of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools. You can read the entire series, as well as other immigration-related posts, here. My contribution […]

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Regulation of the Sharing Economy: Uber and Beyond, by Jack Beermann

by Guest Blogger — Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015

At the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Law Schools, the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice of the American Bar Association will be sponsoring a terrific program on regulation of the sharing economy. The program will take place from 6:30 – 9:30 pm on Friday, January 8, including the Reception, in the […]