Tag Archives: Federalist Society

U.S. v. Texas SCOTUS Immigration Case: Federalist Society Teleforum Thursday

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

It’s fitting that during our week-long online symposium on the intersection of immigration law and administrative law here at the Yale Journal on Regulation the Federalist Society will be hosting a teleforum Thursday on United States v. Texas — the challenge to the Obama Administration’s executive actions on immigration that the Supreme Court will hear […]

Legislating in the Shadows

by Christopher J. Walker — Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016@chris_j_walker

Next week I’m taking my newest project—Legislating in the Shadows—on the road with a law faculty workshop at UNLV on Monday (1/25), and another law faculty workshop at the University of Utah on Wednesday (1/27).* Thanks in advance to the law faculties at UNLV and Utah for reading the early draft of the paper and […]

Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association: The Future of Auer Deference

by Christopher J. Walker — Monday, Mar. 23, 2015@chris_j_walker

Last week my co-blogger Jeff Pojanowski and I participated in a Federalist Society teleforum (moderated by Adam White) on the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association. In Mortgage Bankers, the Court held in a unanimous decision that a federal agency is not required to use notice-and-comment rulemaking to revise a prior interpretation […]

Great AdLaw/Reg Panels at The Federalist Society Annual Faculty Conference This Weekend

by Christopher J. Walker — Monday, Dec. 29, 2014@chris_j_walker

Later this week the American Association of Law Schools (AALS) holds its annual meeting in Washington, DC (more details here). There are some terrific regulation-related panels at AALS this year, but preregistration is required and the attendance cost is pretty significant. This weekend the Federalist Society will be hosting its annual faculty conference right across the street […]