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Professor Mascott provides remarks in USA Today article on the major questions doctrine, Biden Administration regulations, and textualism

"Biden's Ability to bypass Congress, starting with student debt relief, faces 'major' legal hurdle" By John Fritze

Does Dobbs v. Jackson Threaten The Supreme Court’s Legitimacy?

In Public Discourse’s latest interview, Adam White, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and co-director of George Mason University’s C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State, joined Managing Editor Elayne Allen to discuss how the…

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Administration of Education

Regulating Education: Understanding the Office for Civil RightsBy R. Shep Melnick, Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr. Professor of American Politics, Boston College Negotiated Rulemaking in the U.S. Department of Education: Where Administrative Law Meets Higher Education Policymaking By Rebecca S. Natow,…

The Major Questions Doctrine After West Virginia v. EPA and the COVID-19 Cases

The Major Questions Doctrine: Unfounded, Unbounded, and ConfoundedRonald M. Levin, William R. Orthwein Distinguished Professor of Law, Washington University in St. Louis The New Purpose and Intent in Major Questions CasesAnita S. Krishnakumar, Anne C. Fleming Research Professor of Law,…

Judicial Remedies and Agency Actions

How Should the Court Respond to the Combination of Political Polarity, Legislative Impotence, and Executive Branch Overreach?By Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Lyle T. Alverson Professor of Law, George Washington University Derailing the Deference LockstepBy Aaron Saiger, Professor of Law, Fordham…