Category Archives: Administrative Law

Freedom of Information Day – Washington, DC

Today (March 16, 2010) American University Washington College of Law is holding its Third Annual Freedom of Information Day Celebration, with a keynote address by John D. Podesta. This full-day…

The New New Deal – Atlanta

The Emory Law Journal hosts the 2010 Randolph W. Thrower Symposium, entitled The New New Deal: From De-Regulation to Re-Regulation, today (Feb. 11, 2010). mw

Transparency in the Obama Administration – Washington, DC

Collaboration on Government Secrecy (American University Washington College of Law) presents Transparency in the Obama Administration: A First?Year Assessment Jan. 20, 2010. mw

Open Government: Defining, Designing, and Sustaining Transparency

Princeton University‘s Center for Internet Technology Policy presents a free two-day workshop, Open Government: Defining, Designing, and Sustaining Transparency, Jan. 21-22, 2010. mw

2009 Securities Regulation Conference – Portland, OR

The 2009 Securities Regulation Conference held by Willamette University School of Law will focus on topics including recent developments in securities litigation, disclosure regulation, and securities regulation and enforcement. The…

Food Policy & Health – Stanford, CA

The Stanford Law & Policy Review is planning a symposium on Food Policy & Health and seeks articles or short essays “on any subject relating to United States food policy…

Administrative Law – Chevron Anniversary – Washington, DC

The Administrative Law Review (American University Washington College of Law) presents Is Chevron Out of Gas? The State of Judicial Review 25 Years After Chevron U.S.A. Inc. v. Natural Resources…

February 27th Colloquia/Workshops

Florida        Philip J. Weiser (Colorado Law), Ending the Reign of Chaos and Disorder at the FCC: Strategies for Institutional Reform Georgia International Law        David Zaring (Penn Business), Why…

February 27th Colloquia/Workshops

Florida        Philip J. Weiser (Colorado Law), Ending the Reign of Chaos and Disorder at the FCC: Strategies for Institutional Reform Georgia International Law        David Zaring (Penn Business), Why…