The ALR Accord is the online companion to our print journal. Pursuant to its mission to increase public access to and scholarly discussion about administrative law topics, Accord publishes content on a rolling basis. Through an expedited yet rigorous editing process, Accord publishes response pieces, student comments, and other shorter scholarly works about the regulatory process and administrative governance.
Securing Access to National Security Information Response by Margaret B. Kwoka (Responding to Susan Nevelow Mart & Tom Ginsburg, [Dis-]informing the People’s Discretion: Judicial Deference Under the National Security Exemption of the Freedom of Information Act)
The State of Chevron: 15 Years After MeadOn March 24, 2016, former Solicitor General Seth P. Waxman delivered the keynote address for the Administrative Law Review’s annual Symposium. His remarks examine the state of Chevron’s applicability fifteen years after Mead, and the consequences of emerging explicit skepticism.