Toward the beginning of his tenure on the Supreme Court, Justice Antonin Scalia was one of the strongest advocates of Chevron deference. But as his career progressed, did Justice Scalia’s views on Chevron evolve? Three law professors, Thomas W. Merrill, Chris Walker, and Kristin E. Hickman, discuss Justice Scalia’s opinion of Chevron deference and how its application may have led him to change his mind.

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