The Regulatory Review highlights the most popular Saturday Seminars of 2022.
The Regulatory Review is pleased to highlight our top 25 Saturday Seminars of 2022 authored by members of our staff. These pieces, which qualify for this list based on the number of page views during the past 12 months, are arranged below in alphabetical order by title.
January 29, 2022 | Caitlin Kim, Katherine Rohde, and Taylor Ross
Experts discuss surface water rights in the United States.
April 30, 2022 | Andrew Kliewer, Blair Bean Robertson, and Brianna Rauenzahn
State governments increasingly restrain city action.
May 28, 2022 | Soojin Jeong, Margaret Sturtevant, and Karis Stephen
In this Saturday Seminar, we collect scholarship on manipulative online practices that deceive consumers.
March 12, 2022 | Caitlin Kim, Taylor Ross, and Katherine Rohde
Scholars discuss regulating digital platforms through the lens of data privacy.
August 27, 2022 | Anilya Krishnan, Katie Cohen, and Caroline Hackley
Following the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade, experts discuss abortion-related data privacy concerns.
June 11, 2022 | Taylor Ross, Caitlin Kim, and Katherine Rohde
Scholars reflect on regulatory gaps in special education for students with disabilities during the pandemic.
August 20, 2022 | Elizabeth Yin, Mary Moynihan, and Alexandra Walsh
In this week’s Saturday Seminar, experts discuss ways to regulate psychedelics for medicinal use.
August 6, 2022 | Alexandra Walsh, Mary Moynihan, and Elizabeth Yin
Scholars reflect on whether ESSA’s regulatory structure promotes or inhibits educational equity.
May 7, 2022 | Erica V. Rodarte Costa and Daniella Cass
Scholars and advocates address regulatory frameworks that govern immigrants without legal status.
March 5, 2022 | Margaret Sturtevant, Karis Stephen, and Soojin Jeong
Scholars discuss regulation of the private investigation industry.
January 22, 2022 | Margaret Sturtevant, Karis Stephen, and Soojin Jeong
Experts discuss the regulation of bank overdraft fees.
June 25, 2022 | Katherine Rohde, Caitlin Kim, and Taylor Ross
Experts recommend regulatory policies to improve long-term care in the wake of COVID-19.
March 26, 2022 | Katherine Rohde, Caitlin Kim, and Taylor Ross
Experts discuss how to improve home and community-based services.
July 23, 2022 | Mary Moynihan, Alexandra Walsh, and Elizabeth Yin
Scholars offer approaches to improve regulation of social media marketing.
October 1, 2022 | Elizabeth Yin, Mary Moynihan, and Alexandra Walsh
In this week’s Saturday Seminar, experts discuss ways to hold dating applications accountable for user privacy and online harassment.
June 18, 2022 | Tess C. Markovich, Kat Hefter, and Andrew Kliewer
As the alternative meat industry takes off, regulation will confront a new frontier.
March 19, 2022 | Karis Stephen, Soojin Jeong, and Margaret Sturtevant
Scholars discuss how to limit the negative social and environmental impacts of fast fashion.
February 12, 2022 | Katherine Rohde, Taylor Ross, and Caitlin Kim
Scholars discuss the lack of uniform standards for health care provided behind bars.
February 5, 2022 | Karis Stephen, Soojin Jeong, and Margaret Sturtevant
Experts explore regulatory possibilities for the legal profession.
January 15, 2022 | Trevor Kirby, Henry Fisher, and Elizabeth Penava
Scholars propose novel measures to achieve environmental justice for all.
April 16, 2022 | Margaret Sturtevant, Karis Stephen, and Soojin Jeong
In this week’s Saturday Seminar, we collect recent scholarship on U.S. workforce development.
February 26, 2022 | Taylor Ross, Caitlin Kim, and Katherine Rohde
Experts examine and propose policy changes to address U.S. teacher attrition.
October 22, 2022 | Katie Cohen, Caroline Hackley, and Anilya Krishnan
Scholars explore regulatory approaches to artificial intelligence in the health care sector.
October 15, 2022 | Mary Moynihan, Alexandra Walsh, and Elizabeth Yin
Scholars engage the ongoing debate on rent control regulation amid a global spike in housing costs.
August 13, 2022 | Caroline Hackley, Anilya Krishnan, and Katie Cohen
Experts discuss the role of regulation in standardizing fertility treatment.
This page is part of a five-part series, entitled The 2022 Regulatory Year In Review.