Videos tagged with Administrative Law

  • The Duke Law Journal’s Administrative Law Symposium strives to produce an annual commentary on each year’s major developments in the field of federal administrative law. The symposium reports and analyzes those developments which are of general significance, presenting in one volume a discussion of current controversial issues which should be of interest both to the infrequent agency practitioner and to the attorney or agency member who desires a cross-agency perspective on those issues.

  • The Duke Law Journal’s Administrative Law Symposium strives to produce an annual commentary on each year’s major developments in the field of federal administrative law. The symposium reports and analyzes those developments which are of general significance, presenting in one volume a discussion of current controversial issues which should be of interest both to the infrequent agency practitioner and to the attorney or agency member who desires a cross-agency perspective on those issues.

  • The Duke Law Journal’s Administrative Law Symposium strives to produce an annual commentary on each year’s major developments in the field of federal administrative law. The symposium reports and analyzes those developments which are of general significance, presenting in one volume a discussion of current controversial issues which should be of interest both to the infrequent agency practitioner and to the attorney or agency member who desires a cross-agency perspective on those issues.

  • Arti Rai (Duke Law), moderator ; Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia (Pennsylvania State Law School), Christopher Walker (Ohio State Moritz College of Law), Jonathan Masur (University of Chicago Law School), Matthew Lawrence (Emory University School of Law), and Jonathan Choi (University of Minnesota Law School), panelists.

    Symposium title: The Future of Chevron Deference

    Administrative Law Symposium (2021)

  • Jeffrey Sutton, a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, gives a keynote address.

    Symposium title: The Future of Chevron Deference

    Administrative Law Symposium (2021)

  • Bijal Shah (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law), moderator ; Elizabeth Fisher (Corpus Christi College, Oxford), Sidney Shapiro (Wake Forest University School of Law), Richard Pierce (George Washington University School of Law), Nicholas Bednar (Vanderbilt University), and Dan Walters (Pennsylvania State Law School), panelists.

    Symposium title: The Future of Chevron Deference

    Administrative Law Symposium (2020)

  • Thomas W. Merrill, Charles Evans Hughes Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, gives the lunch keynote address, followed by a Q & A.

    Symposium title: The Future of Chevron Deference

    Administrative Law Symposium (2021)

  • Lidiya Mishchenko (Duke Law), moderator ; Kristin Hickman (University of Minnesota), Aaron Nielson (BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School), Randy Kozel (University of Notre Dame Law School), Ronald Krotoszynski (University of Alabama School of Law), Aditya Bamzai (University of Virginia School of Law), panelists.

    Symposium title: The Future of Chevron Deference

    Administrative Law Symposium (2021)

  • Session 1: The New Landscape of Administrative Adjudication

    Conference title: Charting the New Landscape of Administrative Adjudication

    Presenters: Kathryn Kovacs (Rutgers Law School), John F. Duffy (University of Virginia, School of Law), Emily Bremer (Notre Dame Law School), and Matt Wiener (Penn Law).

    Christopher J. Walker (Moritz College of Law), moderator.

  • Session 2: Designing Rules & Adjudicators for the New Landscape

    Conference title: Charting the New Landscape of Administrative Adjudication

    Presenters: Michael Sant’ambrogio (Michigan State University, College of Law), Adam Zimmerman (Loyola Law School, Los Angeles), Michael D. Frakes (Duke Law School), Melissa Wasserman (Texas Law), and Arti Rai (Duke Law School)

    Kent Barnett (University of Georgia, School of Law), moderator.

  • Is Administrative Review of Granted Patents Constitutional?

  • Is Administrative Review of Granted Patents Constitutional?

  • On February 3, 2017 the Duke Law Journal held it's 47th annual Administrative Law Symposium on Exclusion, Inclusion, and the Administrative State.

    Introductory Remarks by Matthew D. Adler.

    SESSION ONE: AGENCY PRACTICE AND INEQUALITY: VIEWS FROM THE INSIDE
    Presenters Olatunde Johnson and Kris Collins; Commentators Nina Mendelson and Kerry Abrams; Moderator Guy-Uriel Charles.

  • On February 3, 2017 the Duke Law Journal held it's 47th annual Administrative Law Symposium on Exclusion, Inclusion, and the Administrative State.

    SESSION TWO: EQUALITY, RIGHTS, AND ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES
    Presenters Bertrall Ross and Mila Sohoni; Commentators Gillian Metzger and Samuel Bagenstos; Moderator Margaret H. Lemos.

  • On February 3, 2017 the Duke Law Journal held it's 47th annual Administrative Law Symposium on Exclusion, Inclusion, and the Administrative State.

    SESSION THREE: INCENTIVIZING EQUALITY THROUGH ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
    Presenter Karen Tani; Commentator Eloise Pasachoff; Moderator Neil Siegel

  • The Duke Law Journal hosted their 46th Annual Administrative Law Symposium on February 12, 2016. Experts from a range of disciplines discussed "Intellectual Property Exceptionalism in Administrative Law." The symposium assessed the impact and desirability of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's growing authority over intellectual property. Sponsored by Duke Law Journal.

    Session 1: PTO & Chevron Deference

    Conference titled: Intellectual Property Exceptionalism in Administrative Law

  • The Duke Law Journal hosted their 46th Annual Administrative Law Symposium on February 12, 2016. Experts from a range of disciplines discussed "Intellectual Property Exceptionalism in Administrative Law." The symposium assessed the impact and desirability of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's growing authority over intellectual property. Sponsored by Duke Law Journal.

    Session 3: CBA at the PTO

    Conference titled: Intellectual Property Exceptionalism in Administrative Law

  • The Duke Law Journal hosted their 46th Annual Administrative Law Symposium on February 12, 2016. Experts from a range of disciplines discussed "Intellectual Property Exceptionalism in Administrative Law." The symposium assessed the impact and desirability of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's growing authority over intellectual property. Sponsored by Duke Law Journal.

    Session 2: Patent Office Cohorts

    Conference titled: Intellectual Property Exceptionalism in Administrative Law

  • Duke Law Journal’s 45th Annual Administrative Law Symposium explores rising dysfunction within the federal appointments process.

    “Shortening Vacancies” with Anne Joseph O’Connell & William A. Galston

    “Effects of Senate Confirmation Delays in the Agencies” with Nina A. Mendelson & David E. Lewis

    John M. de Figueiredo, moderator.

    Conference titled: Is the Appointments Process Broken?: Insights from Practice, Process, and Theory

  • Duke Law Journal’s 45th Annual Administrative Law Symposium explores rising dysfunction within the federal appointments process.

    Audience question and answer session moderated by Professor John M. de Figueiredo.

    Conference titled: Is the Appointments Process Broken?: Insights from Practice, Process, and Theory

  • Duke Law Journal’s 45th Annual Administrative Law Symposium explores rising dysfunction within the federal appointments process.

    'Advice and Consent' in Historical Perspective with Russell L. Weaver & Steven I. Friedland

    Marin K. Levy, moderator.

    Conference titled: Is the Appointments Process Broken?: Insights from Practice, Process, and Theory

  • Duke Law Journal’s 45th Annual Administrative Law Symposium explores rising dysfunction within the federal appointments process.

    “Transcending Formalism and Functionalism in Separation of Powers Analysis: Reframing the Appointments Power After Noel Canning” with Ronald Krotoszynski & Josh Chafetz

    Closing Remarks (with Paul Light)

    Curtis A. Bradley, moderator.

    Conference titled: Is the Appointments Process Broken?: Insights from Practice, Process, and Theory

  • Duke Law Journal’s 45th Annual Administrative Law Symposium explores rising dysfunction within the federal appointments process.

    “Appointments, Innovation, and the Judicial-Political Divide” with Gillian Metzger & Stuart Benjamin

    Marin K. Levy, moderator.

    Conference titled: Is the Appointments Process Broken?: Insights from Practice, Process, and Theory

  • FCC Julius Genachowski chair discusses communications policy challenges at the Duke Law Journal's Administrative Law Symposium.

    Originally recorded February 25, 2011.

  • Lunch Panel: The Agency Adjudicators’ View on the New Landscape

    Conference title: Charting the New Landscape of Administrative Adjudication

    Presenters: Nancy Griswold, Chief Administrative Law Judge of the Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals, Scott Boalick, Chief Administrative Patent Judge of the Patent Trial and Appeal Board, James McHenry, Director of the Executive Office for Immigration Review.

    Christopher J. Walker, moderator.