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The Role of Faithful Execution in U.S. Immigration Policy

Patricia Bellia explores legality of deferred action program under the faithful execution clause.

Implementing Health Care Reform During a Political Stalemate

Nicholas Bagley analyzes expanding executive power in the name of health care reform.

Is Balance of Power a Useful Doctrine?

Eric Posner argues that “balance of power” is not a helpful concept for governing the relationship between the branches.

Constitutional Arrogance

Michael Gerhardt argues that the presidency is designed to stretch the boundaries of its power.

The Case for Greater Executive Discretion

Cass Sunstein argues that the executive branch has better information to make policy decisions than the other branches of government.

The Bounds of Executive Discretion in the Regulatory State

Penn Law hosts symposium on the legality of contemporary uses of executive power.

Regulatory News: Year in Review

The Regulatory Review celebrates the end of 2015 by featuring our top news posts from the past year.

Regulatory Analysis: Year in Review

The Regulatory Review celebrates the end of 2015 by featuring our top analysis posts from the past year.

Regulatory Opinion: Year in Review

The Regulatory Review celebrates the end of 2015 by featuring the top opinion posts by regulatory and administrative law experts from the past year.

Regulatory Year in Review: 2015

The Regulatory Review celebrates the year 2015’s developments in regulatory news, analysis, and opinion.

Could Judges Solve Climate Problems?

A Penn panel discussion sparked a lively debate about whether courts should shape environmental policy.

A Message of Hope and Caution for Global Climate Negotiations

Australian senator speaks at Penn Law on creating an international climate agreement.