Regulatory Reform

Advancing LGBTQ+ Rights through Attorney Regulation

Advancing LGBTQ+ Rights through Attorney Regulation

Diversity training and professional conduct rules can improve LGBTQ experiences with government and the law.

Older LGBTQ+ Adults Deserve Comprehensive Policy Interventions

Older LGBTQ+ Adults Deserve Comprehensive Policy Interventions

Federal and state reforms are needed to protect elderly LGBTQ+ individuals.

Shaping Administrative Process and Metrics of Ambition

Shaping Administrative Process and Metrics of Ambition

President Biden’s first executive actions provide lessons on presidential authority and ambition.

Lessons in Presidential Authority

Lessons in Presidential Authority

President Trump’s last executive actions and President Biden’s early ones reveal fleeting nature of executive power.

To Democratize Regulation, Reform Regulatory Analysis

To Democratize Regulation, Reform Regulatory Analysis

Regulators must incorporate public values into their cost-benefit analyses.

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.