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Author: Christopher J. Walker

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A Few Job Opportunities in Administrative Law

I thought I’d publicize a few job opportunities for law students and lawyers interested in administrative law: The Administrative Conference of the United States is hiring an Attorney Advisor (posting here). The Office of the General Counsel at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is hiring a number of Attorney Advisors (posting here). [UPDATE: The […]

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Registration Open: ABA Administrative Law Section’s Joint Virtual Conference on May 13, 2022: Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Institute and Homeland Security Law Institute

The ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice’s Annual Spring Administrative Law Conference is Friday, May 13, 2022, and will be entirely virtual. The Administrative Law Conference is two events in one. We will have two simultaneous tracks: the Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Institute, chaired by Adam White, and the Homeland Security Law […]

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Honoring Professor Renée Landers as the ABA Administrative Law Section’s Newest Senior Fellow

As noted in my introductory post, I had the privilege of inducting Professor Renée Landers into the Senior Fellow ranks of the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. This is rarefied air in administrative law, as we have only inducted twenty Senior Fellows in the Section’s storied history. Renée Landers is a Professor […]

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Honoring the ABA Administrative Law Section’s Newest Senior Fellows: Professors Renée Landers and Ron Levin

The ABA’s Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice has a long and storied history. The Section predates the enactment of the Administrative Procedure Act of 1946 (APA), though back when it was first chaired by Louis Caldwell in 1933 it was called the Special Committee on Administrative Law. Indeed, the Section played a critical […]

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Call for Papers: Pacific Legal Foundation Research Roundtable on Due Process Deficits in Deficits in Regulatory Enforcement and Adjudication

Pacific Legal Foundation’s Center for the Separation of Powers, The Center for Growth and Opportunity, and George Mason University’s Law & Economics Center seek papers for a research roundtable on due process deficits in regulatory agencies’ enforcement and adjudication practices, to be held on October 28, 2022, at the Scalia Law School. A constellation of […]

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Free ABA AdLaw Webinar, 3/31 Noon: Understanding Agency Self-Regulation

Please join us for: Understanding Agency Self-Regulation Virtual Live Webinar Thursday March 31, 2022 12 pm – 1:30 pm Eastern Time Via Zoom Confirmed Panelists: Christopher Curtis, Principal Deputy General Counsel (Retired), Federal Housing Finance Agency, Washington, DC Richard F. Griffin, Of Counsel, Bredhoff & Kaiser PLLC, Washington, DC Lynden Melmed, Partner, Berry Appleman & […]

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Agency Adjudication and Congress’s Anti-Removal Power

*This is the ninth post in a symposium on the decisional independence of administrative adjudicators. For other posts in the series, click here. There is a growing concern in administrative law circles, and especially among administrative law judges and other agency adjudicators, that the decisional independence of agency adjudicators is increasingly being threatened. At least formally, […]