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ABA AdLaw Section Member Spotlight Series: Sally Katzen, Former OIRA Administrator, by Linda Jellum

We thought you might like to learn more about members in the ABA Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section, so we have restarted our Section Member Spotlight Series. Prior posts in this series can be found here, on the Section’s legacy Notice and Comment blog that merged with the Yale Journal on Regulation‘s blog in 2015. The second […]

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Why Join the ABA Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section, by Linda Jellum

Does your law practice or professional focus have any connection with the activities, policies, or regulations from federal or state regulatory agencies? If yes, then consider joining the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. Why? Our section members include leading administrative law professors; Supreme Court Justices; district and circuit court judges; state court […]

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Meet Renée Landers, Law Professor and Section Vice Chair

Meet Renée Landers, Professor at Suffolk University Law School and Vice Chair for the ABA Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice.  Below, Prof. Landers shares her diverse experiences with administrative law and insights for practitioners and students alike. 1.  What led you to a career in law?  How did you become interested in studying […]

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Meet William Haeberle, Section Law Student Division Representative

1.  Where do you attend law school and what led you to law school? I am a second year student at Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, OH and hold a Master’s in Applied Medical Ethics from Arizona State University. I became interested in law while researching issues in public health ethics. […]

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Profile on William Jay: Rising Star in Appellate Advocacy

William Jay, a partner at Goodwin Procter LLP, was recently a featured speaker in the Section’s Supreme Court Series Teleconference entitled Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association: The Supreme Court Considers the Limits on Notice-and-Comment Rulemaking Requirements.   Notice and Comment had the opportunity to sit down with the Law360 2014 Rising Star and hear about his […]

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Meet Nina Mendelson, Professor of Law at University of Michigan Law School, by Nina Hart

Meet Nina Mendelson, the Joseph L. Sax Collegiate Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School.  Below, Prof. Mendelson discusses her diverse experiences with administrative law, and shares her thoughts about challenges facing both attorneys and agencies. 1.  What led you to a career in law?  How did you become interested in studying […]

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Section Member Receives Bar Association Award for Blog Contributions, by Lynn White

Elisabeth Ulmer, 2014 graduate of Villanova University School of Law, recently received the Irvin Stander Award for Excellence in Administrative Law from the Philadelphia Bar Association for her contributions to Notice and Comment while in law school.  Below she discusses the practical benefits of writing for Notice and Comment and how it will impact her […]

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Meet Professor Anna Shavers, Incoming Section Chair, by Nina Hart

Anna Williams Shavers, the Cline Williams Professor of Citizenship Law at the University of Nebraska College of Law, is preparing to take the helm of the Section for the 2014-2015 bar year.  Below, she discusses her top priorities for the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice during her tenure. 1.  As incoming Chair of […]

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Chair Joe Whitley Discusses His Tenure as Leader of the Section, by Nina Hart

We had the opportunity to talk with Joe Whitley regarding his tenure as Chair of the Section.  Below he shares his reflections on the past year and advice on future goals for the Section in the coming years. 1. As Chair of the Section, what were your priorities or goals for the Section this year?    […]

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Profile on Sally Katzen: Former Head of OIRA, by Nina Hart

Notice and Comment Blogger Nina Hart recently had the opportunity to interview Sally Katzen, the former head of the Office of Information & Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) during the Clinton Administration.  Below she shares insight on her administrative law experience and lessons in leadership. An Unexpected Path Sally Katzen says that her path to law school […]

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Meet Lisa Heinzerling, Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center, by Nina Hart

Meet Lisa Heinzerling, Justice William J. Brennan, Jr., Professor of Law, at Georgetown University Law Center.  Below, Prof. Heinzerling shares her experiences in administrative law and her thoughts on OIRA and federal agencies. 1. What led you to a career in law?  How did you become interested in studying and teaching administrative law? I studied […]

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Meet Elisabeth Ulmer, Student at Villanova University School of Law, by Nina Hart

Meet Elisabeth Ulmer, a student at Villanova University School of Law and Notice and Comment contributor.  Below, she shares her administrative law experience and tips for law students interested in learning more about the field. 1. What led you to pursue a career in law? My interest in attending law school evolved as the result […]