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Author: Christopher J. Walker

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Call for Papers: Michigan Law Junior Scholars Conference (1/4 deadline)

The University of Michigan Law School invites junior scholars to attend the 7th Annual Junior Scholars Conference, which will take place virtually on April 16-17, 2021. The conference provides junior scholars with a platform to present and discuss their work with peers, and to receive detailed feedback from senior members of the Michigan Law faculty. The Michigan Law journals […]

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Call for Papers: ACS Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition in Administrative Law (2/7 deadline)

The American Constitution Society (ACS) is now accepting applications for the 2021 Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition in Administration Law. Open to all lawyers and law students, this competition celebrates the legacy of the late Judge Cudahy by honoring academic writing focused on American regulatory or administrative law, broadly construed.   This year’s judging panel […]

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ABA AdLaw Webinar 10/30: The State of Deference in the States: The End of Deference?

Panelists: Daniel Ortner, Attorney at the Pacific Legal Foundation Aaron Saiger, Professor of Law at Fordham University Adi Dynar, Litigation Counsel at the New Civil Liberties Alliance Matthew R. Byrne, Of Counsel at Jackson Lewis Description: In the last few years, federal deference doctrines have received a lot of attention, especially with the Supreme Court’s […]

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Call for Submissions: AALS New Voices in Administrative Law and Legislation

The AALS Sections on Administrative Law and Legislation are pleased to announce their co-sponsored “New Voices in Administrative Law and Legislation” program for the 2021 AALS Annual Meeting, which will be held entirely online. The New Voices program gives junior administrative law scholars and junior legislation scholars an opportunity to receive useful feedback on their work from more senior reviewers before submitting […]

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Administrative Law Review Fall Symposium: Topics in Election Oversight, 10/23-10/24

DEMOCRACY 2020: TOPICS IN ELECTION OVERSIGHT A Symposium Presented by the Administrative Law Review Co-sponsored by the ABA Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Moderated by Louis E. Caldera, Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Law, American University Washington College of Law FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2020 & SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2020 Friday, October 23, 2020 | […]

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The Supreme Court Decides to Hear Arthrex Case to Consider Appointments Clause Challenge to Administrative Patent Judges

Today the Supreme Court granted cert to review the Federal Circuit’s decision in Arthrex Inc. v. Smith & Nephew Inc. The Court limited review to two of the questions presented: Whether, for purposes of the Appointments Clause, U.S. Const. Art. II, § 2, Cl. 2, administrative patent judges of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office […]

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ABA AdLaw Section Webinar 10/2: COVID-19 and Comparative Administrative Law

Regulatory Policy Committee Presents COVID-19 and Comparative Administrative Law: Assessing National Responses to the Pandemic Friday October 2, 2020 12 pm – 1:30 pm Eastern Time Via Zoom Panelists: Richard Parker, Professor of Law, Policy Director, Center for Energy and Environmental Law, University of Connecticut Cristie L. Ford, Professor of Law, Associate Dean for Research […]

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ABA AdLaw Section Webinar, 9/30: Latest Developments at the Merit Systems Protection Board

Government Personnel Committee Presents Latest Developments at the Merit Systems Protection Board Wednesday September 30, 2020 12 pm – 1:30 pm Eastern Time Via Zoom Please join us for a discussion about the latest developments at the Merit Systems Protection Board, including changes in statutes and regulations and a review of significant cases decided in […]

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Parrillo on the Historical Evidence of Delegation from the 1790s (Federal Real Estate Tax Edition)

Here at the blog I’ve been tracking the fascinating academic debate about the originalist case for the nondelegation doctrine, including the Mortenson-Bagley-Wurman exchange. Christine Kexel Chabot has also blogged about her new article The Lost History of Delegation at the Founding. I wanted to flag another contribution to this debate, this one by Nick Parrillo […]