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Improving the Quality of Mass Justice

Improving the Quality of Mass Justice

Agencies need to pursue systematic efforts to provide quality assurance in their adjudicatory processes.

Funding Climate Change Efforts

Funding Climate Change Efforts

Scholars discuss regulatory options to fund climate-related initiatives.

Updating the Congressional Review Act

Updating the Congressional Review Act

Congress should modify the Congressional Review Act to enhance clarity and improve oversight of agencies.

Public Access to Agency Adjudicative Proceedings

Public Access to Agency Adjudicative Proceedings

Agencies should craft rules about public access to their adjudicative proceedings.

Regulating Representatives in Agency Adjudicative Proceedings

Regulating Representatives in Agency Adjudicative Proceedings

Agencies can promote ethical practices by adopting rules of conduct for attorneys and other representatives in adjudication.

Cryptocurrency and the Climate Crisis

Cryptocurrency and the Climate Crisis

Proponents of crypto must demonstrate that its value to society exceeds its significant environmental costs.

Celebrating Our 2021-2022 Editorial Board

Celebrating Our 2021-2022 Editorial Board

Congratulations and thank you to The Regulatory Review’s 2021-2022 Editorial Board.

Making Inoperative Guidance Accessible to All

Making Inoperative Guidance Accessible to All

Even when agencies change or rescind guidance documents, they should be clearly labeled and readily available to the public.

Improving Transparency and Administrative Accountability

Improving Transparency and Administrative Accountability

ACUS issues recommendations to improve administrative governance.

Innovation, Safety, and Self-Driving

Innovation, Safety, and Self-Driving

Experts discuss the future of autonomous vehicle regulation.

Week in Review

Week in Review

An Alabama law banning gender-affirming care takes effect, the Senate fails to pass abortion legislation, and more…

Solving the Problem of Prison Gerrymandering

Solving the Problem of Prison Gerrymandering

The U.S. Census Bureau should count incarcerated people where they are from—not where they are incarcerated.