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28 Jan 2019, 3:30 am by Kathryn Watts
Kathryn Watts When Congress enacted the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) in 1946, it expected that what we now call Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) would preside over most federal agency evidentiary hearings. [read post]
5 Feb 2020, 3:30 am by Kathryn Watts
Kathryn Watts In 2001, Elena Kagan published Presidential Administration—her now well-known account of presidents’ increasingly aggressive efforts to control agencies’ regulatory decisions. [read post]
17 Jul 2019, 10:30 am by Mary Whisner
., Interpreting Law: A Primer on How to Read Statutes and the Constitution (2016)Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution (2014)Five Chiefs: A Supreme Court Memoir (2011)The Bill of Rights: A Century of Progress (1992)A 2012 symposium on the legacy of Justice Stevens in the Northwestern University Law Review includes a personal tribute by Professor Kathryn Watts, who was one of his clerks.To see Justice Stevens's many law review articles (and… [read post]
13 Dec 2017, 3:30 am by Kathryn Watts
Kathryn Watts Since January 2017, the news headlines have been screaming about one administrative law issue after another—everything from the Congressional Review Act to regulatory rollbacks, from Executive Orders to agency enforcement priorities. [read post]
17 Aug 2012, 1:00 pm by Dan Ernst
  To date it includes, in addition to Collins’s foreword, contributions by Louis Michael Seidman, Kathryn Watts, Floyd Abrams, Adam White, Erwin Chemerinsky, Roger Pilon, Richard Epstein. [read post]
5 May 2011, 8:44 am by Amanda Frost
In a forthcoming article in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Professor Kathryn Watts argues in favor of incorporating principles of administrative law into the Court’s case selection process.  [read post]
10 Dec 2015, 7:36 am by Ingrid Mattson
Participants will present their papers in small panel sessions led by distinguished scholars including Michael Asimow (Stanford), Daniel Farber (Berkeley), Kristin Hickman (Minnesota), Gillian Metzger (Columbia), Peter Shane (Ohio State), Glen Staszewski (Michigan State), and Kathryn Watts (Washington). [read post]
8 Jun 2007, 12:01 pm
In the first installment, I would like to draw your attention to several items of interest: In Northwestern Law Review's Colloquy, the online companion to the journal, Amy Wildermuth and Kathryn Watts have written the first part of a two-part installment on the impact of the Supreme Court's decision in Massachusetts v. [read post]
12 Feb 2013, 3:32 pm by Jeff Sovern
  Preliminary Schedule, Subject to Change WelcomeDean Kathryn Watts The Failure of Mandated DisclosureProfessor Carl Schneider, University of Michigan Law School Responses to The Failure of Mandated DisclosureProfessors Richard Craswell, Stanford University Law School and Ryan Calo, UW School of Law Disclosure: Alternative Contexts and Responses Moderated by: Elizabeth Porter, UW School of Law Panelists: Jeremy Sheff, St. [read post]
7 Oct 2011, 4:30 am by Kathryn Watts
Kathryn Watts Areas of fragmented and overlapping delegations of power to administrative agencies are common today. [read post]
23 Jan 2012, 4:00 am by Michael E Herz
Fox Televisions Stations  imply the answer may be yes, and a number of commentators – most recently, Kathryn Watts – have argued for judicial acceptance of political justifications for agency action. [read post]
27 Jun 2007, 9:00 am
The Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy will soon be running a response to the piece by Amy Wildermuth and Kathryn Watts on the Court's decision in Massachusetts v. [read post]
16 Oct 2012, 4:00 am by Kathryn Watts
Kathryn Watts Proponents of administrative agencies have long touted the expertise that specialized agencies enjoy. [read post]
24 Sep 2014, 3:30 am by Kathryn Watts
Kathryn Watts Recent scholarship on administrative federalism has advocated for federal agencies to consider state interests—with many scholars praising the notion of giving states a voice in the federal regulatory process. [read post]
9 Dec 2015, 4:44 pm by Deborah J Merritt
Confirmed commentators currently include Michael Asimow (Stanford), Daniel Farber (Berkeley), Kristin Hickman (Minnesota), Gillian Metzger (Columbia), Peter Shane (Ohio State), Glen Staszewski (Michigan State), and Kathryn Watts (Washington). [read post]
29 Nov 2007, 1:25 pm
  As you may remember, I previously highlighted a paper co-authored by Professors Kathryn Watts (University of Washington School of Law) and Amy Wildermuth (University of Utah-SJ Quinney College of Law) on the non-jurisdictional aspects of the decision in a June academic round-up, see here. [read post]