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PUBLICATIONS • APRIL 17, 2020

Annual Report 2019

For the Federalist Society, the opportunities and challenges have never been greater. That was going to be the lead for this message before COVID-19 broke. At the time, I was thinking of the opportunities and challenges brought to the Society by increased press attention, with the result that many students...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/annual-report-2019
Publications
PUBLICATIONS • APRIL 08, 2019

Annual Report 2018

The Federalist Society enjoyed another successful year in 2018, as evidenced by the contents of this year’s Annual Report. The expansion of our programs, via special initiatives like the Regulatory Transparency Project and the Article I Initiative, our ongoing work with state courts, and our chapter-based and practice groups activities, contributed...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/annual-report-2018
FedSoc Blog
FEDSOC BLOG • JULY 18, 2019

Man Bites Dog – Idaho Repeals its Regulatory Code

Idaho has long been widely known for the natural wonders that grace its landscape: the rugged wilderness, the snow-capped peaks, the sparkling waters and, of course, the potatoes. This spring, the state attracted widespread attention for a different reason when news reports announced that the Idaho legislature had repealed the...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/fedsoc-blog/man-bites-dog-idaho-repeals-its-regulatory-code
Publications
PUBLICATIONS • JULY 01, 2019

The Federalist Paper, Summer 2019

On March 15–16, the Federalist Society student chapter at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law hosted the 38th National Student Symposium on “The Resurgence of Economic Liberty.” The conference featured opening remarks by Symposium Chair Grant Frazier and Douglas Sylvester, dean of the law school. Prof. Richard A. Epstein then gave a...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/the-federalist-paper-summer-2019
Podcasts
PODCASTS • MAY 28, 2019

Plenary Roundtable: Regulatory Reform Report Card: Agency General Counsel Perspective

Seventh Annual Executive Branch Review Conference

The seventh annual Executive Branch Review Conference took place on May 8, 2019, at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington DC. The first event was a plenary roundtable regarding the "Regulatory Reform Report Card: Agency General Counsel Perspective." * * * * *  As always, the Federalist Society takes no position...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/podcasts/plenary-roundtable-regulatory-reform-report-card-agency-general-counsel-perspective-1
Videos
VIDEOS • MAY 28, 2019

Plenary Roundtable: Regulatory Reform Report Card: Agency General Counsel Perspective

Seventh Annual Executive Branch Review Conference

The seventh annual Executive Branch Review Conference took place on May 8, 2019, at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington DC. The first event was a plenary roundtable regarding the "Regulatory Reform Report Card: Agency General Counsel Perspective." * * * * *  As always, the Federalist Society takes no position...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/videos/plenary-roundtable-regulatory-reform-report-card-agency-general-counsel-perspective
Blog Post
EVENT • MAY 08, 2019

Plenary Roundtable: Regulatory Reform Report Card: Agency General Counsel Perspective

Seventh Annual Executive Branch Review Conference

The seventh annual Executive Branch Review Conference took place on May 8, 2019, at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington DC. The first event was a plenary roundtable regarding the "Regulatory Reform Report Card: Agency General Counsel Perspective." * * * * *  As always, the Federalist Society takes no position...

https://fedsoc.org/events/plenary-roundtable
FedSoc Blog
FEDSOC BLOG • NOVEMBER 23, 2020

Can the SEC Regulate Proxy Advice as Proxy “Solicitation?”

Public companies decry what they see as the outsized influence of proxy advisory firms on shareholder votes, while the institutional investors that are the clients of these firms support what they consider to be essential services and maintain that these firms’ influence on voting decisions is overstated. This controversy over...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/fedsoc-blog/can-the-sec-regulate-proxy-advice-as-proxy-solicitation
FedSoc Blog
FEDSOC BLOG • APRIL 16, 2019

Recognizing the Congressional Review Act’s Full Potential

For twenty years, the Congressional Review Act lay dormant. But recent action from all three branches suggests it is resurgent. Enacted in response to the Supreme Court’s decision striking down the legislative veto as unconstitutional, the CRA is designed to ensure a modicum of democratic oversight of the administrative state....

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/fedsoc-blog/recognizing-the-congressional-review-act-s-full-potential
FedSoc Blog
FEDSOC BLOG • SEPTEMBER 17, 2021

Considering Copyright on Constitution Day

Constitution Day is September 17—the 234th anniversary of the Constitution's signing in 1787 by the Framers. While some of the long-standing controversies surrounding various prominent constitutional provisions are generally familiar to the public, the Constitution's Copyright Clause receives little public attention. That's too bad because it too is important to...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/fedsoc-blog/considering-copyright-on-constitution-day
Publications
PUBLICATIONS • JUNE 22, 2015

2014 Annual Report

The Federalist Society enjoyed great success in 2014. This past year has seen the creation and launching of many new initiatives, as well as the achievement of new milestones in our foundational programs. Our Student Chapters are flourishing; they are the strongest extracurricular groups at a majority of the top...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/2014-annual-report
Publications
PUBLICATIONS • MAY 01, 2014

2013 Annual Report

The year 2013 was a good one for the Federalist Society as an insitution, in terms of both financial and programmatic growth. The Student Chapters in particular are stronger than ever, not only numerically but also anecdotally. Even as law schools themselves are beginning to suffer the effects of the...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/2013-annual-report
Publications
PUBLICATIONS • APRIL 12, 2013

2012 Annual Report

Dear Friends and Supporters: The events that have taken place during the past twelve months have only increased the national discussion about the proper role of government within a free society, and the subordinate problem of regulation as it expands or contracts that role. This surge in the national discussion...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/2012-annual-report
Publications
PUBLICATIONS • APRIL 02, 2012

2011 Annual Report

Dear Friends and Supporters: America is in the middle of a momentous national discussion about the size and role of the federal government and, correspondingly, about the role of the regulatory state in that government. The investigation of questions regarding the government’s size, scope, and regulatory activity is intimately connected...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/2011-annual-report
Publications
PUBLICATIONS • APRIL 26, 2011

2010 Annual Report

Dear Friends and Supporters: This annual report marks the Federalist Society’s 28th anniversary as advocate for the principles of limited government, the separation of powers, and the rule of law. It’s been quite a year. We have witnessed a tremendous revival of interest in the Constitution, thanks in large part...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/2010-annual-report
Publications
PUBLICATIONS • APRIL 16, 2010

2009 Annual Report

Dear Friends and Supporters:Last year, 2009, turned out to be a very good year for the Federalist Society in spite of the economy – in fact, one of our best ever. We did more with less by taking advantage of the infrastructure we had developed the last 27 years and...

https://fedsoc.org/commentary/publications/2009-annual-report