Putting the U.S. Administrative Procedure Act in Perspective
Efforts to modernize the APA should be approached with caution.
Administrative Procedure Acts in Latin America
Administrative law faces unique challenges in Latin American “paper leviathans.”
Policymaking Accountability and the Emerging Authoritarian State
Changing norms about administrative appointments raise concerns about procedural fairness and accountability.
Policymaking Accountability in Nation States and International Bodies
Robust efforts to include the public in rulemaking are key to increasing democratic accountability.
Administrative Procedure in Europe
Comparative law scholars uncover similarities and differences in administrative procedure across Europe.
Can Courts Stop Hearing Processes Where the Agency Always Wins?
The Supreme Court will hear an important challenge to agency decision-making.
Using Technology and Contractors in the Administrative State
Government agency recommends that other federal agencies follow best practices for automation, notice, and use of private contractors.
Nostalgia for Agency Expertise
Calls for more deference to agency expertise derive from an unrealistic view of executive policymaking.
Improving Transparency and Administrative Accountability
ACUS issues recommendations to improve administrative governance.
The Biden Administration Should Not Sunset the Sunset Rule
Repealing the Sunset Rule would burden small businesses and violate the law.
The Appointment and Removal Litigation Ecosystem
Collins v. Yellen further clarifies the scope of “for cause” removal of agency heads.
Defending Access to Special Education
Scholar argues for an irreparable harm exception to the exhaustion doctrine in special education disputes.