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Administrative Law Symposium

Papers from the regulatory theory and administrative law symposium can be found in a symposium issue of Florida State University Law Review

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February 18, 2000

Introductory Remarks:
J.B. Ruhl (Florida State University College of Law)
Principal Paper:
"Public Interested Regulation,"
Steven Croley (University of Michigan Law School)
Comments:
Mark Seidenfeld (Florida State University College of Law)
Elizabeth Garrett (University of Chicago Law School)
Principal Paper:
"The Contracting State," Jody Freeman (UCLA School of Law)
Comments:
Mark Seidenfeld (Florida State University College of Law)
LUNCH

Principal Paper:
"Beyond Efficiency, Preference, and Anti-Paternalism: A New Theory of Regulation and Social Welfare", Matthew Adler (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Comments:
Rob Atkinson (Florida State University College of Law)
Principal Paper:
"How the Judicial Structure Favors Government Litigants: Rational Appeals in Public Law," Matthew Spitzer (University of Southern California Law School) & Linda Cohen (Economics Department, University of California, Irvine)
Comments:
Daniel Gifford, (University of Minnesota Law School)
Jim Rossi, (Florida State University College of Law)

*Articles based on presentations at the symposium will appear in the FSU Law Review

 

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