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Revisiting Deference to Agencies in Criminal Deportation Cases

Scholar argues against using agency interpretations of immigration law in criminal deportation cases.

Getting Back to the Basics with Agency Rulemaking

The United States needs a bipartisan push to bring transparency and accountability back into the rulemaking process.

Is There an International Case for Trump’s “One-in-Two-Out” Order?

Comparative study suggests deregulatory policy is stronger as a political symbol than an economic stimulus.

The Dangerous Consequences of Repealing the CFPB’s Arbitration Rule

Without the possibility of class action lawsuits, consumers are now more vulnerable to corporate fraud.

Repeal of Mandatory Arbitration Ban Is a Wall Street Giveaway

Critics of CFPB’s arbitration rule are wrong about who bears the harms of forced arbitration.

Regulatory Reform Should Be About Strengthening Legislative Responsibility

Countries like Australia and Canada offer models for reining in delegation of lawmaking authority to agencies.

Does the Administrative State Threaten U.S. Democracy?

Panel focuses on claims of potential dangers from growth in government agencies.

Building for Disaster

Data show that more stringent building codes deliver benefits greatly exceeding their costs.

Including Climate Change in Environmental Impact Analyses

D.C. Circuit holds federal energy regulators must consider pipeline project’s impact on climate change.

How Machine Learning Can Improve Public Sector Services

Experts explain how algorithms can aid government health and welfare work.

How Can We Reveal Bias in Computer Algorithms?

A legal scholar and a computer scientist explored how to limit machine learning biases.

Should Robots Make Law?

Workshop evaluated benefits and challenges of delegating government decision-making to computers.