Click to play: Can Regulations Come With Unintended Costs?

Can Regulations Come With Unintended Costs?

Regulatory Transparency Project's Fourth Branch Video

While the goals of regulations are often admirable, regulations may come with unintended consequences. Sometimes,...

Topics: Administrative Law & Regulation · Regulatory Transparency Project

Click to play: Incentives for Regulators?

Incentives for Regulators?

Regulatory Transparency Project's Fourth Branch Video

How do individual regulators operate within agencies to create and maintain regulations? Are regulators incentivized...

Topics: Administrative Law & Regulation · Regulatory Transparency Project

Click to play: Gill v. Whitford [SCOTUSbrief]

Gill v. Whitford [SCOTUSbrief]

Short video featuring Robert Popper

What are the constitutional limits of gerrymandering? Robert Popper of Judicial Watch gives an overview...

Topics: Constitution · Supreme Court

Click to play: Sessions v. Dimaya [SCOTUSbrief]

Sessions v. Dimaya [SCOTUSbrief]

Short video featuring John Eastman

Is immigration enforcement subject to the same standards as criminal law? Professor John Eastman of...

Topics: Criminal Law & Procedure · International & National Security Law

Click to play: How Do Regulations Get Made?

How Do Regulations Get Made?

Regulatory Transparency Project's Fourth Branch Video

What is the mechanism by which regulations are developed, finalized, and updated? How can this...

Topics: Administrative Law & Regulation · Regulatory Transparency Project