It is a quarter century since I began telling my Administrative Law students that they had better be watching the Internet and how agencies of interest to them were using it, as they entered an Information Age career. The changes since then have been remarkable. Rulemaking, where the pace has perhaps been slowest, is now accelerating into the Internet, driven by a President committed to openness and consultation. This paper seeks little more than to point the reader toward the places where she can find the changes and watch them for herself.
Peter L. Strauss,
Implications of the Internet for Quasi-Legislative Instruments of Regulation,
Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice, Vol. 28, p. 377, 2010; Columbia Public Law Research Paper No. 10-254
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