Spring 2022

The following listed below are Gray Center events from the spring semester of 2022. They include conferences, symposiums, lectures, commentary, and other involvement of the Center and its Co-Executive Directors.

January 31

The Administrative State Goes to Court – A Supreme Court Halftime Roundup
Featuring Deepak Gupta & Hashim M. Mooppan

Halfway through the Supreme Court’s term, the Justices already have issued decisions with major consequences for the administrative state — most recently, its decisions on the OSHA and HHS vaccine mandates. Next the Court will hear cases involving the breadth and limits of the EPA’s powers on climate and energy regulation. And we are awaiting the Court’s decisions in cases involving Chevron deference and New York’s administration of gun laws, among other things.

To discuss the current state of the Supreme Court’s constitutional and administrative law cases, and other cases that are pending on the Court’s docket — or which may soon be added to it — the Gray Center hosted a panel discussion featuring two insightful Supreme Court advocates and the Gray Center’s co-executive directors: 

  • Deepak Gupta, Founding Principal, Gupta Wessler PLLC; Lecturer, Harvard Law School
  • Hashim M. Mooppan, Partner, Jones Day
  • Adam White, Co-Executive Director, The Gray Center; Senior Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
  • Moderator: Jennifer Mascott, Assistant Professor of Law, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University; Co-Executive Director, The Gray Center

Click here for more information about the webinar>>

January 8

Co-Executive Director Mascott addressed Supreme Court jurisdictional questions and precedent related to Texas SB 8 on a “Hot Topics” panel at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools