Public Law & Policy Workshop (Spring)

Spring 2019 Program




January 7

Ammon Reichman

Steve Sugarman, Berkeley Law

Viewing Equal Educational Opportunity through the Lens of Regulation Theory

The User, the Superuser and the Regulator: The Plurality of the State in Cyber (Modalities of Regulation)

January 14 Howard Shelanski, Georgetown University

Inside EPA: A Former Insider’s Reflections on the Relationship Between the Obama EPA and the Obama White House

The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs: Myths and Realities

January 28 Jodi Short, UC Hastings

Beyond Symbolic Responses to Private Politics: Codes of Conduct and Improvement in Global Supply Chain Working Conditions

February 4 

Colin Scott, University College Dublin, Ireland

Gorillas in the closet? Public and private actors in the enforcement of transnational private regulation

New Foundations of Transnational Private Regulation

February 11 Peter Schuck, Yale University

Campaign Finance

Campaign-Finance Reform Revisited

February 25 Deborah Hensler, Stanford Law

Can private class actions enforce regulations? Do they? Should they?

March 4 Cary Coglianese, University of Pennsylvania

Unrules: The Hidden Face of Power and Discretion in the Administrative State

March 11 Tim Lytton, GSU

The Concept of Adversarial Legalism

Adversarial Legalism and The Regulatory State

April 1 Clare Dunlop, Exeter, England

Controlling bureaucracies with fire alarms: policy instruments and cross-country patterns

Policy Instruments, Policy Learning and Politics: Impact Assessment in the European Union

The many uses of regulatory impact assessment: A meta-analysis of EU and UK cases

Narrating Impact Assessment in the European Union

April 8 David Dana, Northwestern University

Judicial Review in an Age of Hyper-Polarization and Alternative Facts

Judicial Review of Agency Change

April 15

Anne O’Connell, Stanford Law

April 22

Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Osgoode Hall, Canada

Consumer Protection Issues and “Non-Banks”: A Comparative Analysis