Administrative Law Review Symposia

The Administrative Law Review sponsors at least one symposium each year, and issues a call for scholarship as a way to generate discussion in the field of administrative law.  For additional information, contact Meghan Hart, the Senior Symposium Editor at

The Administrative Law Review' hopes to humanize administrative law in its virtual Fall Symposium on November 11, at 10:00 AM. Panelists will discuss recent affronts to the administrative state and the practical implications of limiting administrative authority. One panel will focus on the current condition of the administrative state, including recent judicial and executive efforts to undermine agency authority. The second panel will discuss the real-world implications of these actions, how they hinder state-level climate change efforts, and how they have formed the basis for recent challenges to DACA, ICWA, and President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan.

Registration is required for attendance, and can be found here: