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Table of Content
The Complete Issue
Statutory Interpretation or Public Administration: How Chevron Misconceives the Function of Agencies and Why It Matters
Elizabeth V. Foote
Chevron’s Demise: A Survey of Chevron from Infancy to Senescence
The Emerging Outlines of a Revised Chevron Doctrine: Congressional Intent, Judicial Judgment, and Administrative Autonomy
Daniel J. Gifford
The Need for Oversight of Agency Policies for Settling Enforcement Actions
Richard M. Cooper
One Hundred Years of the Doctrine of Primary Jurisdiction: But What Standard of Review is Appropriate for It?
Nicholas A. Lucchetti
Determining Due Deference: Examining When Courts Should Defer to Agency Use of Presidential Signing Statements
Nicholas J. Leddy
Agency-Centered or Court-Centered Administrative Law? A Dialogue with Richard Pierce on Agency Statutory Interpretation
Jerry L. Mashaw