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Articles

The Agency Declaratory Judgment, 78 Ohio State Law Journal (forthcoming 2017).

American and European Perspectives on Private Standards in Public Law, 91 Tulane Law Review 325 (2016).

On the Cost of Private Standards in Public Law, 63 University of Kansas Law Review 279 (2015).

The Unwritten Administrative Constitution, 66 Florida Law Review 1215 (2014).

Clearing the Path to Justice: Reform of 28 U.S.C. § 1500, 65 Alabama Law Review 1 (2013) (with Jonathan R. Siegel).

Incorporation by Reference in an Open-Government Age, 36 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 131 (2013).

The Dynamic Last-in-Time Rule, 22 Indiana International & Comparative Law Review 27 (2012).

Shorter Works

Government Use of Standards in the U.S. and Abroad, in The Cambridge Handbook of Technical Standardization Law, Vol. II: Administrative Law, Copyright, Trademark and Certification, and International Trade (Jorge L. Contreras ed., Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2018).

Designing the Decider, Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy (forthcoming 2017).

Agency Innovation in Vermont Yankee‘s White SpaceJournal of Land Use & Environmental Law (forthcoming 2017) (with Sharon B. Jacobs).

Private Complements to Public Governance, 81 Missouri Law Review  1115 (2017).

Loan Repayment Assistance and Access to Justice, in Beyond Elite Law: Access to Civil Justice in America (S. Estreicher & J. Radice eds., Cambridge University Press, 2016).

A Multidimensional Problem, Comment on Private Control over Access to the Law: The Perplexing Federal Regulatory Use of Private Standards, 45 Environmental Law Reporter 10783 (2015).

Policy Publications

Declaratory Orders, Final Report and Suggested Recommendations to the Administrative Conference of the United States, (Oct. 30, 2015).

The Need to Reform 28 U.S.C. § 1500, Final Report and Suggested Recommendations to the Administrative Conference of the United States (Sept. 2012) (with Professor Jonathan R. Siegel, George Washington University Law School)

  • Recommendations adopted 78 Fed. Reg. 2939, 2939 (Jan. 15, 2013).
  • Adopted by American Bar Association, House of Delegates, Resolution 300 (Feb. 11, 2013).

Incorporation by Reference in Federal Regulations, Final Report and Suggested Recommendations to the Administrative Conference of the United States (Oct. 2011).

Other Commentary and Reviews

Finality and the Virtues of Jurisdictional DeclarationsThe Regulatory Review (Jul. 12, 2016).

The Fed (Like Soylent Green) Is Made of PeopleNotice & Comment (Apr. 6, 2016).

New Rules on Incorporated Standards Encourage Necessary Public-Private Collaboration, The Regulatory Review (Jan. 27, 2015).

Collaboration is the Key to Making the Law Free, The Regulatory Review (July 2, 2013).

Technical Standards Meet Administrative Law: A Primer on an Ongoing Debate, 65 Standards Engineering, Mar./Apr. 2013, at 1.

Standards, Regulations and Incorporation by Reference, Standardization News, Nov./Dec. 2012, at 18.

Teaching Resources

Technical Standards Meet Administrative Law: A Case Study in Regulatory Incorporation by Reference, Teaching Module Created for NIST Standards Services Curricula Development Cooperative Agreement Program #2015-NIST-SSCD-01, Penn Program on Regulation (forthcoming 2017).

Institutional Policy Publications

Improving the Administrative Process: A Report to the President-Elect from the ABA Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice (Oct. 26, 2016).

  • Published 69 Admin. L. Rev. 205 (2017).

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission: Evaluating the Status and Placement of Adjudicators in the Federal Sector Hearing Program, Report to the EEOC from the Office of the Chairman, Administrative Conference of the United States (Mar. 31, 2014).

Works In Progress

Public Law Norms and Private Standards Development

Administrative Law’s Norm of Adjudicative Exceptionalism

Reverse Regulatory Capture

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