Mark Seidenfeld is the author of influential publications on how administrative law doctrine relates to institutional behavior and agency accountability. Professor Seidenfeld is recognized as one of the country's leading scholars on federal administrative law. He is also author of Microeconomic Predicates to Law and Economics (Anderson Pub. Co., 1996).
He teaches courses in Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Legislation & Regulation, and has taught courses on a variety of areas of federal regulation. Professor Seidenfeld clerked for the Honorable Patricia Wald of the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit and served as assistant counsel for the New York State Public Service Commission. He currently serves on the Scholarship Awards Committee of the American Bar Association's Section on Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice. He holds a B.A. in physics from Reed College and an M.A. in theoretical physics from Brandeis University. He is also a 1983 graduate of Stanford Law School, where he was a senior articles editor for Stanford Law Review and elected to the Order of the Coif.
Administrative Law & Regulation Practice Group Podcast
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