Administrative Law & Regulation Practice Group


BriefCase Should The Chevron Doctrine Stand?

Should The Chevron Doctrine Stand?

Chevron v. NRDC (1984) and subsequent precedents held that courts should defer to agency interpretations of ambiguous statutes. This judicial deference to administrative agencies, often called Chevron Deference has been a topic of great debate. Two experts, Mark Chenoweth and Ronald Levin, took on this debate via a variety of mediums -blogs, videos, etc. while additional experts chimed in with Amicus Briefs, culminating in an audience vote on which side convinced them.


Deep Dive Episode 277 - Welcome & Plenary Session: Regulatory Review Reset?

Regulatory Transparency Project's Fourth Branch Podcast

Eleventh Annual Executive Branch Review Conference — EBRXITheme: Transparency, Accountability, and the Administrative State The White...