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Author: Christopher J. Walker

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Administrative Law SSRN Reading List, October 2022 Edition

Here is the October 2022 Edition of the most-downloaded recent papers (those announced in the last 60 days) from SSRN’s U.S. Administrative Law eJournal, which is edited by Bill Funk. The New Border Asylum Adjudication System: Speed, Fairness, and the Representation Problem by Philip G. Schrag, Jaya Ramji-Nogales & Andrew I. Schoenholtz (66 Howard Law Journal 3 (forthcoming 2023)) A Congressional Review Act for the Major […]

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Democracy’s Chief Executive and the Separation of Powers

*This is the eighth post in a symposium on Peter Shane’s “Democracy’s Chief Executive: Interpreting the Constitution and Defining the Future of the Presidency.” For other posts in the series, click here. For the first decade of my academic career, I shared an office wall with Peter Shane. As I have reminisced elsewhere, Peter’s mentorship (and […]

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Administrative Law SSRN Reading List, September 2022 Edition

Here is the September 2022 Edition of the most-downloaded recent papers (those announced in the last 60 days) from SSRN’s U.S. Administrative Law eJournal, which is edited by Bill Funk. Testing Textualism’s ‘Ordinary Meaning’ by Tara Leigh Grove (90 George Washington Law Review 101 (2022)) The National Security Consequences of the Major Questions Doctrine by Timothy Meyer & Ganesh Sitaraman (Michigan Law Review forthcoming) Is Criminal Law Unlawful? by Paul […]

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Free ABA AdLaw Section Webinar, 10/4 Noon: Reviewing the Department of Education’s Proposed Title IX Regulations

Education Committee of the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Presents Reviewing the Department of Education’s Proposed Title IX Regulations Tuesday October 4, 2022 12 pm – 1:00 pm Eastern Time Via Zoom In June, the Department of Education proposed new Title IX regulations that will change how educational institutions nationwide respond to […]

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On Ricky Revesz’s Nomination to Head the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs

On Thursday, the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (HSGAC) will hold its confirmation hearing on the nomination of NYU Law Professor Ricky Revesz to head the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs — a position which is been dubbed the President’s “regulatory czar.” Over at E&E News today, Jean Chemnick has a nice […]

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Call for Nominations: AALS Administrative Law Section Emerging Scholar Award (9/30 deadline)

In January, the AALS Administrative Law Section recognized Benjamin Eidelson and Blake Emerson as co-recipients of its second annual Emerging Scholar Award. Nominations for this year’s award are due on September 30th. Self-nominations are welcome!  Full-time faculty members without tenure at the time of the work’s publication, including those with fellowships, visiting assistant professorships, or similar positions, are eligible. To nominate someone, please send an anonymized version of their work to me, […]

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The Administrative Conference of the United States Is Hiring! (9/12 deadline)

The Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS) is seeking to hire an experienced, senior-level attorney advisor at the GS-13 or GS-14 level. The ideal candidate would have at least two years of experience working as an attorney in a setting requiring them to independently manage a portfolio of projects and possess a demonstrative academic or professional […]

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10/4-10/5 Workshop on Benefit-Cost Analysis for U.S. Regulations

From the Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis (registration here): Benefit-Cost Analysis for U.S. Regulations co-sponsored by the Society for Risk Analysis (SRA) Benefit-cost analysis is used around the world to assess regulatory impacts. This workshop introduces the use of Benefit-Cost Analysis for Regulatory Impact Analyses (RIAs) in the Federal government. The topics will include issues of identifying […]

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Lessons from Novak’s New Democracy for Federal Administrative Law

*This is the ninth post in a symposium on William Novak’s New Democracy: The Creation of the Modern American State. For other posts in the series, click here. It’s a privilege to participate in this symposium on William Novak’s important new book New Democracy: The Creation of the Modern American State. New Democracy is an engaging, […]