Although Congress has failed to take big steps to ensure access to COVID-19 care, states are taking small but significant steps.
Political and constitutional constraints hinder the EU’s response to the economic crisis.
As Italy begins its second phase of COVID-19 regulation, trust in government regulatory action is essential.
Administrative accountability demands resilient courts, especially in emergencies.
The United Kingdom’s lockdown measures prompt questions of its legality.
Israel’s executives have authority to combat COVID-19, but they appear to be abusing their power.
Italy’s early missteps in responding to the coronavirus can teach the world lessons on responding to pandemics.
International organizations need clear principles to guide their response to public health emergencies.
Chinese public health and emergency laws contributed to delayed responses to COVID-19.
Leading scholars from around the world discuss the administrative law and regulatory dimensions to the global response to COVID-19.
American doctrines of judicial review may provide useful models for Brazilian courts.
In keynote address, Gary Marchant discusses the transnational implications of genetic engineering.