Event This Week: “The Administrative State Goes to Court: Previewing a Year of Regulatory Litigation in the Supreme Court and Circuits”
With the Supreme Court justices returning to the bench next month, it’s time to look ahead to the coming year’s cases. Last year, the Court ended its term with a trio of cases involving major administrative law issues: Gundy v. United States, Kisor v. Wilkie, and Department of Commerce v. New York. In the year to come, what issues should we look for in the Supreme Court, and in the lower courts?
To preview some of the major administrative law issues arising in litigation, the American Enterprise Institute and George Mason University’s C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State are bringing together a panel of experts to discuss major issues including immigration law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, environmental regulation, and—once again—the Nondelegation Doctrine.
The event will be the morning of Thursday, September 12, at AEI’s headquarters in Washington. Full details and the RSVP link are here. The panelists will be:
- Ellen Gilmer, Bloomberg Environment
- Amit Narang, Public Citizen
- Chris Walker, Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law
- Peter J. Wallison, AEI
- Adam J. White (moderator), AEI and the Gray Center
The event will also be live-streamed at this link. We hope you’ll join us, either in person or online.