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NEW DATE - The Intersection of Chevron and the Non-delegation Doctrine

Date(s):
April 9, 2019
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Credit: 0 Credit Hours
 
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*Please note, this event has been rescheduled from December 5, 2018.
 
Professors Mascott and Buzbee will speak on the topic of Chevron deference and its interplay with the non-delegation doctrine, and how these two pillars of administrative law jurisprudence are receiving heightened attention in the current legal environment.
 
Pre-registration for this program is encouraged. As always, please feel free to share this invitation with colleagues. D.C. Bar membership is not required to attend. Food is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 11:45 am. Lunch and networking begins at 12:00 pm. Program content will begin at 12:30 pm.
 
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Sponsored by: D.C. Bar Administrative Law and Agency Practice Community
 
This program is available for both in-person attendance and live webcast participation. To access webcast registration, please click here.
 
Please Note: Requests for changes to registration from in-person attendance to webcast must be made by 10:00 am the day of the event.
 
Speakers:
  • William W. Buzbee, Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Jennifer L. Mascott, Assistant Professor of Law, George Mason University, Antonin Scalia Law School
 
In-Person Fees: $0 Related Community Member; $10 Law Student Community Member; $15 Government/NonProfit; $20 D.C. Bar Member; $25 Non-Member
 
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Jennifer Mascott, Assistant Professor of Law, George Mason University, Antonin Scalia Law School

William Buzbee, Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center