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Video and Draft Papers from Duke Law Journal Charting the New Landscape of Administrative Adjudication

Kent Barnett, Emily Bremer, and I were thrilled to organize the Duke Law Journal‘s fiftieth annual administrative law symposium, entitled Charting the New Landscape of Administrative Adjudication. As I blogged about last month, the live symposium took place on Valentine’s Day, and the draft papers and video from the symposium are now available online.

Here is the video from Session 1: The New Landscape of Administrative Adjudication

Presenters: Kathryn Kovacs (Rutgers Law School), John F. Duffy (University of Virginia, School of Law), Emily Bremer (Notre Dame Law School), and Matt Wiener (Administrative Conference of the United States); Christopher J. Walker (The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law), moderator

Here is video from Session 2: Designing Rules & Adjudicators for the New Landscape

Presenters: Michael Sant’ambrogio (Michigan State University, College of Law), Adam Zimmerman (Loyola Law School, Los Angeles), Michael D. Frakes (Duke Law School), Melissa Wasserman (Texas Law), and Arti Rai (Duke Law School); Kent Barnett (University of Georgia, School of Law), moderator

Here is the video from the Lunch Panel: The Agency Adjudicators’ View on the New Landscape

Presenters: Nancy Griswold, Chief Administrative Law Judge of the Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals, Scott Boalick, Chief Administrative Patent Judge of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, James McHenry, Director of the Executive Office for Immigration Review; Christopher J. Walker, moderator.

Here is the video from Session 3: The New Landscape in Context—Immigration Adjudication.

Presenters: Catherine Kim (Brooklyn Law), Amy Semet (SUNY Buffalo Law), Michael Kagan (UNLV Law), and Jennifer Koh (UC Irvine Law); Dean Kerry Abrams (Duke Law), moderator).

I just posted to SSRN a draft of my symposium introduction here. Here are drafts of the other written contributions:

The symposium issue should be published later this summer. Thanks again to the terrific editors at the Duke Law Journal for hosting the symposium and providing such terrific editorial assistance.

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