Harry Graver Joins the Gray Center’s Separation of Powers Clinic

Washington, D.C. (January 2024) — The Gray Center is pleased to announce that Harry Graver, Associate at Jones Day and former Supreme Court clerk, will partner with the center as […]

Gray Center Visiting Fellow Appointed as Texas Solicitor General

Washington, D.C. (November 13, 2023) — The Gray Center applauds the appointment today of its visiting fellow, Professor Aaron Nielson, to serve as Solicitor General for Texas Attorney General Ken […]

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 […]

Oligarchies, Monopolies, and the Constitution

Is the #constitution “anti-oligarchy”? What does it say about monopolies and antitrust? Legal experts Joseph Fishkin and William E. Forbath, co-authors of The Anti-Oligarchy Constitution, join law professor Katharine Jackson […]

SCOTUS Demonstrates Why We No Longer Need Chevron Deference

The Supreme Court’s 1984 decision in Chevron v. NRDC established a regime of deference to administrative agencies. It is one of the most frequently cited cases in the Court’s history. […]

Commentary Podcast

The Supreme Court’s final day of a consequential term ended no less consequentially. Legal scholar Adam White joins the podcast once again to break down the Court’s ruling in West […]

The Supreme Court reminds the executive branch: Congress makes the laws

The Supreme Court ended its term on Thursday with an important declaration: Using regulation as a shortcut to lawmaking will no longer fly. This limitation is long overdue. The shift […]