Administrative Law

The Problem with Delegation

Dec 2, 2015 Analysis

Legal scholar argues that delegation poses a threat to the separation of powers.

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Regulatory Writing Competition Winners

July 21, 2015 - July 23, 2015 Series

RegBlog features the winners of Penn Law administrative essay writing competition.

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Why Federal Courts Should Defer to the PTO in Trademark Disputes

Jun 2, 2015 Analysis

Legal scholar makes the case for courts deferring to agency's trademark determinations.

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Appreciating The Workplace Constitution

Apr 3, 2015 Books

Sophia Lee’s new book makes contributions to the fields of constitutional law, labor law, employment discrimination, and administrative..

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A Contribution to Both Legal History and Constitutional Theory

Apr 2, 2015 Books

The Workplace Constitution Reveals that the U.S. Constitution lacks any particular political valence.

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Administering the Workplace Constitution

Mar 30, 2015 Books

The Constitution is distinct and alive in the administrative state.

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The Struggle Over the Constitution in the Workplace

Mar 30 - Apr 3 & Aug 31, 2015 Series

RegBlog features commentators on a new book that analyzes the campaign to give constitutional rights to workers.

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Politics, Law, and Presidential Power

Aug 18, 2014 Opinion

Disputes about the limits of executive power cannot be productively resolved by appeals to the Constitution.

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Regulatory Essay Competition Winners

Jul 7, 2014 - Jul 9, 2014 Series

RegBlog celebrates winners of innovative essay contest conducted by Penn Law Professor Sophia Lee in her administrative law class.

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The Administrative State and the Optimal Abuse of Power

Jun 2, 2014 Opinion

A state built to prevent all abuses of power would perform poorly.

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