President-Elect Joe Biden can flip the Senate by sacrificing his Cabinet.
Interest groups that lobby OIRA impact public policy, yet OIRA’s role as a regulatory gatekeeper remains understudied.
How should actors within the administrative state grapple with the questions Black Lives Matter poses?
The Trump Administration’s claims about its deregulatory accomplishments do not withstand scrutiny.
The Supreme Court’s administrative law decisions allow racial animus to motivate policy choices.
Leading scholars address the ways in which racism pervades the modern administrative state and legal profession.
The U.S. Supreme Court could take a cue from Michigan and other states on reviving the nondelegation doctrine.
As the scope of regulation in an industry narrows, the scope of potential antitrust liability becomes broader.
Presidential administrations have taken dramatically different approaches to regulation over the last ten years.
Distinguished lecturer discusses restoring public support for regulation and how regulatory benefits are hidden in plain sight.
Through her opinions, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg sought to instill equality and justice in the law.
Beyond his many contributions to the law, Judge Williams’s intellectual curiosity fostered his commitment to humanity.