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Teaching Regulatory Law Through Online Publishing

Students who participate in RegBlog gain in-depth knowledge about regulation and hone vital professional skills.

Recalculating the True Value of Private Certifications

Penn Law Regulation Fellow shares research on costs and compliance underlying transnational regulatory schemes.

A Forecast of the Next Five Years in Regulation

RegBlog’s fifth anniversary prompts illuminating debate about the best path for future regulators.

The Student Side of RegBlog

Past and present editors share how RegBlog has shaped their legal education—and careers.

Seasons of Regulation

Assessing the past five years in regulation—and RegBlog’s achievements during this time—goes beyond numbers.

RegBlog@5

In commemoration of RegBlog’s fifth anniversary, experts looks back on the last five years of regulation before looking forward to the next.

RegBlog Celebrates Fifth Anniversary with Panel of Top Regulatory Thinkers

Panel organized by RegBlog and Penn Program on Regulation examines upcoming election’s implications for regulation.

Conventions as Constraints on Executive Discretion

Adrian Vermeule’s closing remarks highlight the role of conventions in limiting the exercise of executive power.

Enhancing Democracy With Presidential Signing Statements

Christopher Yoo argues in defense of the use of presidential signing statements.

Using the APA to Constrain Presidential Inaction

Dan Walters argues that the Administrative Procedure Act provides the courts with the best framework for reviewing presidential inaction.

Who Decides?

Cary Coglianese assesses doctrinal limits on distinctions between presidential oversight and decision-making.

Does Anyone Know What the “Take Care Clause” Means?

Courts have used the take care clause in multiple, and sometimes conflicting, ways.