Season 3, Episode 7: Part II: Cryptocurrency Current Events On this episode of the Administrative Law Review’s A Hard Look, tune in to listen to Steven Valentino and guest host Edward Leaf speak with Jason Schwartz, Administrative Law Review alum and partner at Fried Frank. In this two-part series on cryptocurrency, this second episode focuses on current events by…

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Season 3, Episode 6: On the Blockchain, Part I: An Introduction to Cryptocurrencies & The Regulatory Void Surrounding Them On this episode of the Administrative Law Review’s A Hard Look, tune in to listen to Steven Valentino and guest host Edward Leaf speak with Jason Schwartz, Administrative Law Review alum and partner at Fried Frank. In this two-part series…

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Season 3, Episode 5: Sports & The Antitrust Laws On this sports-themed episode of the Administrative Law Review’s A Hard Look, tune in to listen to Steven Valentino speak with Jeffrey Kessler of Winston & Strawn LLP. This episode focuses on the intersection of the antitrust laws in the context of professional and collegiate athletics. Beginning with the foundations of…

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The Roberts Court’s Review of Administrative Action: Promoting Political Accountability or Intensifying Process Review? Essay by Harold J. Krent

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Table of Contents Essays The Supreme Court Should Eliminate its Lawless Shadow Docket Richard J. Pierce, Jr. Articles Inclusive Agency Design Amy Widman The Trouble with Targeting Tax Shelters Joshua D. Blank & Ari Glogower Recent Developments Responding to Mass, Computer-Generated, and Malattributed Comments Steven J. Balla, Reeve Bull, Bridget C.E. Dooling, Emily Hammond, Michael…

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Season 3, Episode 4: A Return to Orbit? A Look Into the Past, Present, and Future of Commercial Spaceflight Regulation On this episode of the Administrative Law Review’s A Hard Look, tune in to listen to Steven Valentino speak with Caryn Schenewerk from the Relativity Space for a discussion on the evolution of commercial spaceflight…

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An early release of ALR’s Volume 74, Issue 2 is now available! Mangling the Major Questions Doctrine Natasha Brunstein & Richard Revesz

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Season 2, Episode 15: Prisoners’ Rights On this episode of the Administrative Law Review‘s A Hard Look, tune in to listen to Host Sarah Knarzer speak with two ALR staffers, Katie Anderson and Leah Hamilton, discuss their student comments. Katie Anderson, the incoming Senior Diversity, Equity, and Membership Editor on ALR, talks about how prisoner’s ability…

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Please join The Administrative Law Review for its Spring Symposium, “Administrative Law at the Supreme Court: NFIB v. OSHA and the Court’s Current Approach to Reviewing Federal Government Action” on Friday, March 4, 2022 from 9:00 AM-12:30 PM ET. Registration is available here.

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On this episode of the Administrative Law Review’s A Hard Look, tune in to listen to returning guest host (and Technology Editor of the podcast) Kübra Babaturk speak with Eric Dunn from the National Housing Law Project to discuss President Biden’s eviction moratorium and the resulting impacts from it. Mr. Dunn discusses how administrative forces crafted the policy and…

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