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Response to Jeff Pojanowski on Delegation and Complexity in Administrative Law

by Chris Walker — Monday, Sept. 22, 2014@chris_j_walker

In Jeff’s post last Thursday, he makes the following observation about the continuing role of the nondelegation doctrine in administrative law: Would it make sense, for example, to trade a more vigorously enforceable non-delegation doctrine in exchange for radically lightened notice-and-comment procedural requirements, less monitoring of the use of non-legislative rules, more simplified judicial review […]

Delegation and Complexity in Administrative Law

by Jeff Pojanowski — Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014

Greetings! My name is Jeff Pojanowski and I am excited to be a regular contributor on Notice and Comment. I am an Associate Professor at Notre Dame Law School, teaching and writing in administrative law, statutory interpretation, and legal theory more generally. My first post is inspired by two readings: (1) Phillip Hamburger’s book Is […]