ALR Symposium w/ Cass Sunstein
From the ADMINISTRATIVE LAW REVIEW:
On behalf of the Administrative Law Review, we would like to cordially invite you to attend our February 17, 2012 symposium, titled Interbranch Control of Regulation: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Mechanisms of Influence, and Agencies’ Responses. We have organized an exciting program that will explore a number of unique facets of regulatory law, and we have the honor of hosting U.S. Regulatory Czar Cass Sunstein as our keynote address. We hope you can find the time to attend.
As you well know, Professor Sunstein is one of the most well-respected administrative law professors in the academy, as well as the Administrator of the U.S. Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) at the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Additionally, we will have panel discussions featuring a number of former officials, scholars, writers, and practitioners of administrative law. We look forward to an exciting event.
The registration link can be found here: http://www.wcl.american.edu/secle/founders/2012/20120217.cfm. CLE credit is available and the event is open to the public.
In addition to being the most widely circulated law review in the country, the Administrative Law Review is also the only entirely student-run publication sponsored by the American Bar Association. The Administrative Law Review also enjoys the direct support of the ABA Section on Administrative Law and Regulatory Policy. We are proud to provide a unique forum for the exchange of ideas among a diverse audience—practitioners, judges, students, legislators, and scholars—who all share a passion for administrative law.
The event will be Friday, February 17, 2012, in room 603 on the sixth floor of the American University Washington College of Law, 4801 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, D.C., 20016. We can provide logistical support as well as anything else you might need, and answer any questions you have. It is our hope to work with you as the Administrative Law Review reevaluates the balance of power in administrative law. We would be glad to answer any questions regarding the Symposium or our work at the Administrative Law Review, and look forward to hearing from you. I can be contacted directly at 504-813-2171 or at email@example.com.
Jonathan R. Stroud
Senior Symposium Editor, Administrative Law Review
American University Washington College of Law
4801 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Suite 622
Washington, D.C. 20016