The Faculty Division seeks to facilitate dialogue among law professors interested in limited government, the separation of powers, Constitutional theory, the original understanding of the Constitution, and the importance of property rights and free markets. We strive to promote discussion with critics of these ideas and to help all involved broaden and deepen their understanding of law.

2017 National Lawyers Convention

Administrative Agencies and the Regulatory State

The Mayflower Hotel
Washington, DC 20036
Speakers: Neil GorsuchDonald McGahnJefferson SessionsR. Alexander AcostaJonathan AdlerJohn BakerAditya BamzaiRachel BarkowSteven CalabresiDaniel CraneGregory DolinSusan DudleyJohn EastmanTheodore FrankDeborah GarzaHeather GerkenStephen GillersC. Boyden GrayMichael GrevePhilip HamburgerJohn HarrisonLisa HeinzerlingGail HeriotPeter KirsanowDonald KochanGary LawsonRoslyn LaytonVictoria LipnicJennifer MascottJohn McGinnisGillian MetzgerMichael MukaseyKen PaxtonRobert PercivalArti RaiNeomi RaoRonald RotundaHal ScottTheodore ShawRodney SmollaIlya SominRobert SternePeter StraussJeffrey SuttonStuart TaylorGeorge TerwilligerKate ToddJonathan TurleyEugene VolokhPeter WallisonEdward WhelanKeith WhittingtonArthur WilmarthWilliam PryorDavid McIntoshF. Scott KieffDavid StrasDiane SykesRachel BrandNathan SalesDavid BarronA. Raymond RandolphG. Barry AndersonKevin NewsomJohn DuffyMichael McConnellR. Shep MelnickMichael VandenberghPaulette BrownBrendan CarrHeather ChildsNicholas GealeAdam GelbRobert HanniganAugust HanningJonathan KanterPaul LevyLibby LockePhilip MiscimarraMark RienziMelissa Rogers
Topics: Federalism & Separation of Powers
Sponsors: Washington DC Lawyers ChapterDC Young Lawyers ChapterCapitol Hill ChapterAdministrative Law & Regulation Practice GroupCivil Rights Practice GroupCorporations, Securities & Antitrust Practice GroupCriminal Law & Procedure Practice GroupEnvironmental Law & Property Rights Practice GroupFederalism & Separation of Powers Practice GroupFinancial Services & E-Commerce Practice GroupFree Speech & Election Law Practice GroupIntellectual Property Practice GroupInternational & National Security Law Practice GroupLabor & Employment Law Practice GroupLitigation Practice GroupProfessional Responsibility & Legal Education Practice GroupReligious Liberties Practice GroupTelecommunications & Electronic Media Practice Group


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