Administrative Law | Law | President/Executive Department
Shortly after the 2018 mid-term elections ended a two-year period of "unified government," under the Republican party,1 twenty one law professors from around the country met at Chicago-Kent College of Law to discuss the seven papers contained in this edition of its Law
Review. Commentaries written in response to each of these papers will appear in the next edition of the Law Review. For those reading any of these essays in the interval between publication of this and the commentary issue, this necessary inconvenience is regrettable; the commentaries (and ensuing open discussion) were enriching and, indeed, have contributed to the final form of the essays you have before you. If you have reached this symposium after publication of the commentary issue, please do read the comments prepared for the essay(s) you read.
Peter L. Strauss,
The Trump Administration and Administrative Law,
Chi.-Kent L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarship.law.columbia.edu/faculty_scholarship/2935