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Call for Nominations: The Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law

The American Constitution Society has issued its annual call for nominations (including self-nominations for separate professor and student categories) for its prestigious Richard D. Cudahy Writing Competition on Regulatory and Administrative Law. As I noted back in June, the 2021 Cudahy awards went to University of Florida Law Professor Andrew Hammond for Litigating Welfare Rights: Medicaid, […]

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Some Thoughts on My Seila Law Brief, by Ilan Wurman

Jed Shugerman has just posted a short paper, “Removal of Context,” and a series of short blog posts, in which he takes on originalists for misusing Blackstone passages in the removal power debates. Although Jed takes on a number of other scholars, too, he cites my amicus brief in Seila Law as an example of […]

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Forum on Public Input in Agency Rulemaking (ACUS Update)

ACUS is hosting a Forum on Enhancing Public Input in Agency Rulemaking tomorrow, December 1, from 1–4 pm ET. This forum grows out of several conversations that took place during ACUS committee meetings and other forums this year. In the spring, ACUS adopted Recommendation 2021-1, Managing Mass, Computer-Generated, and Falsely Attributed Comments. The recommendation—largely based […]

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Forum on Underserved Communities, Fall Committees, and More (ACUS Update)

I’m delighted to join Notice & Comment to highlight new and continuing projects from the Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS), as well as other news about ACUS initiatives and recommendations. Many thanks to Emily Bremer for her stewardship of the series. With that, dear reader, here is an all-things-ACUS update. Forum on Underserved […]

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D.C. Circuit Review – Reviewed: A Moot Suit and a Big Announcement – In-Person Oral Arguments are Coming Back

The D.C. Circuit published only one opinion this week, resolving a long-running suit that had become moot. The Court also announced that it will reopen for in-person arguments on December 1, 2021. Court watchers can find the protocols here. Members of the general public won’t be allowed to attend in-person, but can watch arguments on […]

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Unilateral Powers and Shared Executive Branch Governance: Fundamental Principles from Organization Theory, by George Krause

*This is the fourteenth post in a series on Andrew Rudalevige’s new book, By Executive Order: Bureaucratic Management and the Limits of Presidential Power. For other posts in the series, click here. “The ‘political master’ finds himself in the position of the ‘dilettante’ who stands opposite the “expert”, facing the trained official who stands within the management of […]

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Play Administrative Law Trivia at Any Time

Thank you to all the teams that participated in today’s administrative law trivia night and the winning team No Profs. For those who did not get a chance to participate, but want to test their trivia knowledge, here is the list of questions (and answers).

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Administrative Law Job Opportunities for Recent Graduates

Friday, November 19: 4:45 pm – 5:45 pm ET With the ABA Administrative Law Section’s Fall Conference, we will be featuring a free panel discussing opportunities for law students and judicial clerks to find administrative law jobs with the federal government. Panelists will discuss how to find job openings, how to tailor applications to a […]

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Administrative Law — Trivia Night

Thursday, November 18, 20216:00-8:00 PM ET Think you know administrative law? Join your colleagues for a night of trivia! Build your own team with friends or sign up to be placed on a team and meet new colleagues. This is a great opportunity to test your Administrative Law knowledge! Everyone participating will need to register, […]

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Resources for New and Aspiring Administrative Law Scholars

With the ABA Administrative Law Section’s launch event for the ABA Program for Prospective Administrative Law Scholars (PALS) on Wednesday, I’ve been thinking a lot about resources for new and aspiring administrative law scholars. This is an amazing and welcoming field, but entering a new profession or academic field can be intimidating. Over the weekend […]

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Administrative Law SSRN Reading List, October 2021 Edition

Here is the October 2021 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: Non-Textualism and the Duck Season-Rabbit Season Dramaturgical Dyad: A Very Short Response to Professor Cass Sunstein (And Others) by Lament Hilts The Untapped Potential of […]