Sunday, January 8, 2017

The Constitution and the Administrative State at the NCC

On Tuesday, January 10, 2017, from 9 - 11:45 A.M, the National Constitution Center, in conjunction with the Federal Judicial center hosts the symposium, The Constitution and the Administrative State:
Federal judges and scholars explore important historical and constitutional issues related to the administrative state, including the Founders’ vision for the federal government, the legacy of the New Deal, the development of the administrative state, and current debates over its significance and constitutionality.
The Founders and Ideas about the Role of Government in Society
Randy Barnett, Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Legal Theory, Georgetown Law
Elizabeth Wydra, President, Constitutional Accountability Center
Moderated by Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO, National Constitution Center

The Development of the Administrative State
Ilya Somin, Professor of Law, George Mason University
Michele Landis Dauber, Frederick I. Richman Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
Moderated by Judge Jeremy Fogel, Director, Federal Judicial Center

The Significance of the History of the Administrative State for the Federal Judiciary

William A. Fletcher, Circuit Judge, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
Kent A. Jordan, Circuit Judge, Third Circuit Court of Appeals
Moderated by Judge Jeremy Fogel, Director, Federal Judicial Center
H/t: Joanna Grisinger

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