I’m very pleased to participate later this week in The Constitution and the Administrative State: Past, Present, and Future, a conference, open to the public, sponsored by the Stanford Constitutional Law Center, on April 17-18.
Panels include "Gridlock, Partisanship, and the Administrative State"; "Executive, Congressional, and Judicial Oversight"; "Constitutional History and the Administrative State"; "Nondelegation, Complexity, and the Administrative State"; and "Waivers, Licenses, and Other Case-by-Case Decisions: Where Is the Rule of Law?" Christopher DeMuth, Hudson Institute, will deliver a keynote. As you might have guessed, I’m on the history panel, with Aditya Bamzai, Michele Dauber, and Peter Strauss. Robert W. Gordon will moderate.