Symposium Issue: A Future Without the Administrative State? (AdLaw Bridge Series)
Last March the Missouri Law Review hosted a terrific symposium, organized by Professor Erin Morrow Hawley, entitled A Future Without the Administrative State? (video here). The published issue from the symposium was just posted to the Law Review‘s website. I tweeted out thread of summaries/links to each piece here. Professor Hawley’s introduction is definitely a great place to start.
Here is the table of contents, with links to each article:
Exploring the Administrative State (Introduction to Symposium)
Erin Morrow Hawley
Early Prerogative and Administrative Power: A Response to Paul Craig
Restoring Chevron’s Domain
Jonathan H. Adler
“The People Surrender Nothing”: Social Compact Theory, Republicanism, and the Modern Administrative State
Why Lenity Has No Place in the Income Tax Laws
Andy S. Grewal
Marbury v. Madison and the Concept of Judicial Deference
Jeffrey A. Pojanowski
Toward a Context-Specific Chevron Deference
Christopher J. Walker
Private Complements to Public Governance
Emily S. Bremer
Thanks to the Missouri Law Review editors and Professor Hawley for a terrific symposium and issue!
This post is part of the Administrative Law Bridge Series, which highlights terrific scholarship in administrative law and regulation to help bridge the gap between theory and practice in the regulatory state. The Series is further explained here, and all posts in the Series can be found here.