Duke Law Journal's 42nd Annual Administrative Law Symposium: Emerging Alternatives to the Traditional Model of Administrative Rulemaking

February 24, 2012 • 9:00 AM • Law School 3041

Duke Law Journal's 42nd Annual Administrative Law Symposium will focus on several important topics in administrative law today. Selected from over 80 proposals, the seven panelists explore issues pressing upon legislators, agency and Executive Branch officials, and judges, such as the politicization of agencies, the judicial review challenges posed by shared regulatory authority, and the emphasis on reason-giving in rulemaking. The participants will use both historical and empirical analysis to describe the current administrative-law landscape and prescribe alternatives for its future.

Participants include Stavros Gadinis (UC Berkeley Law), Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr. (University of Alabama School of Law), Thomas O. McGarity (University of Texas, Austin School of Law), Emily Hammond Meazell(University of Oklahoma Law), Jodi L. Short (Georgetown University Law Center), and Kathryn A. Watts (University of Washington School of Law).

This event will be webcast. For more information, contact Alexandra Costanza at akc24@duke.edu.