Congress and the Future of Agency Authority: A Discussion of Three Major Administrative Law Cases and Their Implications for Congress

Event Video

The Federalist Society's Capitol Hill Chapter and the Regulatory Transparency Project invite you to join them for a luncheon at the Capitol Hill Club on February 5th at 12:00pm. The event will feature a panel of experts discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming administrative law decisions in Loper Bright v. Raimondo, Jarkesy v. SEC, and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau v. Community Financial Services Association of America

The outcome of these cases could change how decisions are made in Washington. Once the opinions are handed down, how might Congress’s approach to delegation of legislative power change? How will the expectations for congressional oversight evolve? Are there historical precedents that provide insight into potential changes in Congress’s approach to legislative delegation? 

All this and more will be discussed by a panel of experts including William Yeatman, the Senior Legal Fellow at the Pacific Legal Foundation, and Professor Kimberly Wehle from the University of Baltimore School of Law. Judge Trevor McFadden of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia will moderate this event. 


  • Kimberly Wehle, Professor, University of Baltimore School of Law 
  • Will Yeatman, Senior Legal Fellow, Pacific Legal Foundation
  • Moderator: Hon. Trevor McFadden, Judge, United States District Court, District of Columbia




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