Executive Discretion and the Administrative State (Part 1)
Date of Event
November 14, 2014
"Executive Discretion and the Administrative State - Part 1
Case Western Reserve University School of Law Case Western Reserve Law Review hosted its annual symposium. Speakers will addressed executive power and the legal implications of its past and current use in shaping policy decisions affecting areas such as healthcare, immigration, the environment, and national security, among others. Featuring, amongst an interdisciplinary group of scholars: Peter L. Strauss, Columbia School of Law, Betts Professor of Law; Peter M. Shane, The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law, Jacob E. Davis and Jacob E. Davis II Chair in Law; and Harold Krent, ITT-Chicago-Kent College of Law, Dean and Professor of Law.
Case Western Reserve Law Review Symposium
executive power; administrative law; history of executive power; executive power and public policy; history of executive power and public policy--United States; healthcare; immigration; environment; national security
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Case Western Reserve University School of Law, "Executive Discretion and the Administrative State (Part 1)" (2014). Conferences and Symposia. 492.