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The Constitution and the Administrative State: Past, Present, and Future


April 17, 2015 1:15pm - April 18, 2015 4:30pm

Room 190


Friday, April 17, 2015

1:30 pm Gridlock, Partisanship, and the Administrative State
SLS Room 190 Ÿ

  • Daniel Ho (moderator), Stanford Law School
  • Kate Andrias, University of Michigan Law School Ÿ
  • Richard Pildes, New York University School of Law Ÿ
  • Peter Schuck, Yale University

3:30 pm Executive, Congressional, and Judicial Oversight
SLS Room 190 Ÿ

  • Elizabeth Magill (moderator), Stanford Law School Ÿ
  • Joseph Postell, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Ÿ
  • Peter Shane, Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law Ÿ
  • William Simon, Columbia Law School


Saturday, April 18, 2015

8:45 am Constitutional History and the Administrative State
SLS Room 190 Ÿ

  • Robert Gordon (moderator), Stanford Law School Ÿ
  • Aditya Bamzai, U.S. Deptartment of Justice Ÿ
  • Michele Dauber, Stanford University
  • Daniel Ernst, Georgetown University Law Center Ÿ
  • Peter Strauss, Columbia Law School

10:45 am Nondelegation, Complexity, and the Administrative State
SLS Room 190 Ÿ

  • Michael Asimow (moderator), Stanford Law School Ÿ
  • Don Elliott, Yale Law School Ÿ
  • Michael Greve, George Mason University School of Law Ÿ
  • Sai Prakash, University of Virginia School of Law Ÿ
  • Mila Sohoni, University of San Diego School of Law

12:30 pm Lunch – SLS Law Café

1:30 pm Waivers, Licenses, and Other Case-by-Case Decisions: Where Is the Rule of Law?
SLS Room 190 Ÿ

  • Judge Consuelo Callahan (moderator), U.S. Ct. of Appeals, Ninth Circuit Ÿ
  • Eric Biber, UC Berkeley School of Law
  • Zachary Price, UC Hastings College of the Law Ÿ
  • Jonathan Turley, The George Washington University Law School Ÿ
  • Mark Tushnet, Harvard Law School

3:30 pm Keynote: An APA for the Twenty-First Century
SLS Room 190 Ÿ

  • Christopher DeMuth, Hudson Institute