The ABA Section of Adminstrative Law and Regulatory Practice will host its annual administrative law conference on December 1-2, 2022. This is the Section’s signature event, and it attracts hundreds of government officials, scholars, and practitioners with two packed days of panels and programming. Following a survey of prior attendees, and as much as we would very much like to be with you in person again, we’ve decided to host the conference online only.
We are currently looking for panel proposals, with a submission deadline of June 15, 2022.
Here is the packet with materials on how to submit. We also shared the following guidelines in a cover note:
We expect to have eighteen panels on various subjects, in addition to our hugely popular Developments panels. We generally receive more proposals than we can accommodate. When making our final selections, preference will be given to complete panel proposals with topics that are of general administrative interest (rather than those of narrower substantive fields). Successful panel proposals will include speakers from both the private and public sectors and offer diverse points of view. Further, they will identify the CLE material to be provided to attendees (including at least 20 pages of substantive PowerPoint slides or their equivalent).
To organize a panel, please complete the attached panel proposal form. To be considered, a completed form with all information should be submitted by 5:00 PM June 15, 2022. [F]eel free to contact [conference co-chairs Christopher J. Walker, Susan M. Prosnitz, and Bridget C.E. Dooling] or Anne Kiefer if you have questions.
You can see last year’s panel topics here. Drop a line with any questions. We hope to see your proposals, and also hope to see you at the conference in December. We have a LOT to discuss.