Notice & Comment

Hot off the Press! Summer 2020 Issue of the Administrative Law Review (Volume 72.3)

The Administrative Law Review, which is the official law review of the ABA’s Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, has published its Summer 2020 Issue. And it’s full of terrific, timely articles. I’ve pasted the links below.

The Administrative Law Review has also produced its second A Hard Look podcast episode of this academic year, this one on alcohol regulation. You can access that here. Here are some more details on the episode:

On this episode of A Hard Look, Richard Blau joins your host, Sarah Knarzer, for a conversation on state alcohol regulation. As a surprisingly robust area of practice, state alcohol regulation touches many aspects of our lives and can vary widely from state to state. Mr. Blau walks our listeners through the history, policies, case law, fun facts, and emerging trends in state alcohol regulation, and finishes the episode off by discussing the impact COVID-19 may forever leave on the alcohol industry.

Here are the articles in the Summer 2020 Issue:

Table of Contents


Darkside Discretion in Immigration Cases
 Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia 

Greenwashing No More: The Case for Stronger Regulation of Environmental Marketing
 Robin M. Rotman, Chloe J. Gossett, and Hope D. Goldman 


On Neglecting Regulatory Benefits
Cass R. Sunstein

Recent Developments 

Presidential Administration, the Appointment of ALJs, and the Future of for Cause Protection
 Paul R. Verkuil 


The Limits on Agency Discretion: Evaluating DOJ’s Decision to Cut Legal Aid Funding for Victims of Human Trafficking
Andrea M. Belanger

Pipe Dreams: Streamlining Cybersecurity Regulatory Authority over the Energy Industry to Increase National Security
Katherine Sauter

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