Regulatory Reform

Moving Toward Comprehensibility in the Legal System

Moving Toward Comprehensibility in the Legal System

We need to extend and expand an overdue conversation about clarity in the U.S. legal system.

The Elusive Pursuit of Comprehensibility

The Elusive Pursuit of Comprehensibility

Simplified communication may not fix incomprehensible disclosures.

Machine Learning Could Make Government More Incomprehensible

Machine Learning Could Make Government More Incomprehensible

Misaligned incentives can encourage incomprehensibility.

Incomprehensibility is a Trust Problem

Incomprehensibility is a Trust Problem

Agencies and stakeholders have incentives to speak to each other incomprehensibly.

Regulation of AI Should Reflect Current Experience

Regulation of AI Should Reflect Current Experience

Federal guidance on artificial intelligence needs additions to ensure the U.S. has a seat at the international table.

Regulation Serves People, and Depends on Them Too

Regulation Serves People, and Depends on Them Too

Regulators and regulatory scholars alike need to keep in mind regulation’s essential human element.

The Jury is Still Out on One-In-One-Out

The Jury is Still Out on One-In-One-Out

The European Commission’s commitment to a new regulatory scheme risks misallocating resources and ossifying policy making.

Which of Trump’s Regulatory Reforms Are Likely to Last?

Which of Trump’s Regulatory Reforms Are Likely to Last?

In its novel effort to bring independent agency regulations under White House oversight, the Trump Administration may have found a lasting legacy.

Combatting Deregulation with Regulatory Horcruxes

Combatting Deregulation with Regulatory Horcruxes

Scholar argues that spreading regulatory authority may insulate programs from future deregulatory pressures.

You Need to See It to Believe It

You Need to See It to Believe It

Scholars argue that the use of visual media in federal rulemaking promotes democratic values.

Deep Fake News

Deep Fake News

Scholars argue that video and audio fabrications could threaten modern government but lack satisfactory regulatory solutions.