Gary S. Lawson

Philip S. Beck Professor of Law

BA summa cum laude, Claremont Men’s College
JD, Yale University

Areas of Interest
Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence
Contact
Biography

Gary Lawson came to Boston University in January 2000; he was named the Philip S. Beck Professor of Law in 2012. He has authored six editions of a textbook on administrative law, co-authored two books on aspects of constitutional history, and authored or co-authored more than seventy scholarly articles. He is a founding member, and serves on the Board of Directors, of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies, and is on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Heritage Guide to The Constitution, a reference tool for legal scholars.

Professor Lawson twice clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia, first at the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and then at the United States Supreme Court. Prior to joining the BU Law faculty, Professor Lawson taught at Northwestern University School of Law, where he earned three of the School’s most prestigious teaching awards.

Publications
  1. Gary Lawson, Evidence of the Law: Proving Legal Claims, University of Chicago Press (forthcoming).
  2. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, “A Great Power of Attorney”: Understanding the Fiduciary Constitution, University Press of Kansas (forthcoming).
  3. Gary Lawson, Federal Administrative Law, 7th ed., West Publishing (2015).
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  4. Gary Lawson, "Inigo Montoya Goes to War," 95 Boston University Law Review 1355 (2015).
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  5. Gary Lawson, "The Return of the King: The Unsavory Origins of Administrative Law," 93 Texas Law Review 1521 (2014-15).
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  6. Gary Lawson, "Classical Liberal Constitution or Classical Liberal Construction?" 8 New York University Journal of Law & Liberty 808 (2014).
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  7. Gary Lawson, Guy I. Seidman & Robert G. Natelson, "The Fiduciary Foundations of Federal Equal Protection," 94 Boston University Law Review 415 (2014).
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  8. Gary Lawson, "One(?) Nation Overextended," in Symposium America's Political Dysfunction: Constitutional Connections, Causes and Cures, 94 Boston University Law Review 1109 (2014).
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  9. Gary Lawson & Steven G. Calabresi, "The Rule of Law as a Law of Law," 90 Notre Dame Law Review 482 (2014).
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  10. Gary Lawson, Federal Administrative Law, 6th ed., West Publishing (2013).
  11. Gary Lawson & Stephen Kam, "Making Law Out of Nothing At All: The Origins of the Chevron Doctrine," 65 Administrative Law Review 1 (2013).
  12. Gary Lawson, "Night of the Living Dead Hand: The Individual Mandate and the Zombie Constitution," 81 Fordham Law Review 1699 (2013).
  13. Gary Lawson, "Originalism without Obligation," in Symposium On Constitutional Obligation and Disobedience: A Symposium on Abner S. Green's Against Obligation and Louis Michael Seidman's On Constitutional Disobedience, 93 Boston University Law Review 1309 (2013).
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  14. Gary Lawson & David B. Kopel, "Bad News for John Marshall," 121 Yale Law Journal Online 529 (2012).
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  15. Gary Lawson, "Dead Document Walking," in Symposium Originalism and Living Constitutionalism: A Symposium on Jack Balkin's Living Originalism and David Strauss's The Living Constitution, 92 Boston University Law Review 1225 (2012).
  16. Gary Lawson, "No History, No Certainty, No Legitimacy . . . No Problem: Originalism and the Limits of Legal Theory," 64 Florida Law Review 1551 (2012).
  17. Gary Lawson & David B. Kopel, "The PPACA in Wonderland," 38 American Journal of Law and Medicine 269 (2012).
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  18. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, "The American Experience with Territorial Governance," in EU Law of the Overseas: Outermost Regions, Associated Overseas Countries and Territories, Territories Sui Generis 417, Dimity Kochenov, ed., Kluwer Law International (2011).
  19. Gary Lawson & David B. Kopel, "Bad News for Professor Koppelman: The Incidental Unconstitutionality of the Individual Mandate," 121 Yale Law Journal Online 267 (2011).
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  20. Gary Lawson, "Optimal Specificity in the Law of Separation of Powers: The Numerous Clauses Principle," 124 Harvard Law Review Online Forum 42 (2011).
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  21. Gary Lawson, "Rebel without a Clause: The Irrelevance of Article VI to Constitutional Supremecy," 110 Michigan Law Review First Impressions 33 (2011).
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  22. Gary Lawson, "Stipulating the Law," 109 Michigan Law Review 1191 (2011).
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  23. Gary Lawson, "Truth, Justice, and the Libertarian Way(s)," in Symposium Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do: A Public Lecture and and Symposium on Michael J. Sandel's Recent Book, 91 Boston University Law Review 1347 (2011).
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  24. Gary Lawson, "Burying the Constitution Under a TARP," 33 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy (2010).
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  25. Gary Lawson, Geoffrey P. Miller, Robert G. Natelson & Guy I. Seidman, The Origins of the Necessary and Proper Clause, Cambridge University Press (2010).
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  26. Gary Lawson, "The 'Principal' Reason Why the PCAOB Is Unconstitutional," 62 Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 73 (2009).
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  27. Gary Lawson, "The Constitution's Congress," in Symposium The Most Disparaged Branch: The Role of Congress in the Twenty-First Century, 89 Boston University Law Review 399 (2009).
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  28. Robert Sloane & Gary Lawson, "The Constitutionality of Decolonization by Associated Statehood: Puerto Rico's Legal Status Reconsidered," 50 Boston College Law Review (2009).
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  29. Gary Lawson, Federal Administrative Law, 5th ed., West (2009).
  30. Gary Lawson, "It Depends," 62 Vanderbilt Law Review En Banc 139 (2009).
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  31. Gary Lawson, Limited Government, Unlimited Administration: Is It Possible to Restore Constitutionalism?, Heritage First Principles Series (2009).
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  32. Gary Lawson, "Dirty Dancing: The FDA Stumbles on the Chevron Two-Step," 93 Cornell Law Review (2008).
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  33. Gary Lawson, "A Truism with Attitude: The Tenth Amendment in Constitutional Context," 83 Notre Dame Law Review (2008).
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  34. Gary Lawson, "What Lurks Beneath: NSA Surveillance and Executive Power," 88 Boston University Law Review 375 (2008).
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  35. Gary Lawson, "Mostly Unconstitutional: The Case Against Precedent Revisited," 5 Ave Maria Law Review 1 (2007).
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  36. Gary Lawson, "Ordinary Powers in Extraordinary Times: Common Sense in Times of Crisis," 87 Boston University Law Review 289 (2007).
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  37. Jack Beermann & Gary Lawson, "Reprocessing Vermont Yankee," 75 George Washington Law Review 856 (2007).
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  38. Gary Lawson & Steven G. Calabresi, "The Unitary Executive, Jurisdiction Stripping, and the Hamdan Opinions: A Textualist Response to Justice Scalia," 107 Columbia Law Review 1002 (2007).
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  39. Gary Lawson, Federal Administrative Law, 4th ed., West Publishing Co. (2006).
  40. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, "The Jeffersonian Treaty Clause," 2006 University of Illinois Law Review 1 (2006).
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  41. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, "Originalism as a Legal Enterprise," 23 Constitutional Commentary 47 (2006).
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  42. Gary Lawson, K. Ferguson & G. Montero, "'Oh Lord, Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood!': Rediscovering the Mathews v. Eldridge and Penn Central Frameworks," 81 Notre Dame Law Review 1 (2005).
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  43. Gary Lawson, "Burning down the House (and Senate): A Presentment Requirement for Legislative Subpoenas Under the Orders, Resolutions, and Votes Clause," 83 Texas Law Review 1373 (2005).
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  44. Gary Lawson, "Discretion as Delegation: The 'Proper' Understanding of the Nondelegation Doctrine," 73 George Washington Law Review 235 (2005).
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  45. Gary Lawson, "Due Process Clause," in The Heritage Guide to the Constitution, E. Meese III, M. Spalding & D. Forte, eds., Regnery Publishing, 337 (2005).
  46. Gary Lawson & Loren Smith, "A Note on Non-Article III Courts," in The Heritage Guide to the Constitution, E. Meese III, M. Spalding & D. Forte, eds., Regnery Publishing, 239 (2005).
  47. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, "The Original 'Incorporation Debate’," in The Louisiana Purchase and American Expansion, 1803-1898 19, Sanford Levinson & Bartholomew H. Sparrow, eds., Rowman & Littlefield (2005).
  48. Gary Lawson, "Prolegomenon to Any Future Administrative Law Course: Separation of Powers and the Transcendental Deduction," 49 St. Louis University Law Journal 885 (2005).
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  49. Gary Lawson, "Supremacy Clause," in The Heritage Guide to the Constitution, E. Meese III, M. Spalding & D. Forte, eds., Regnery Publishing, 291 (2005).
  50. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, The Constitution of Empire: Territorial Expansion and American Legal History, Yale University Press (2004).
  51. Gary Lawson, "Departmentalism as a Structural Imperative," 20 Constitutional Commentary 379 (2004).
  52. Gary Lawson, Federal Administrative Law and Teacher's Manual, 3d ed., Thomson/West (2004).
  53. Gary Lawson, "Interpretative Equality as a Structural Imperative (or 'Pucker Up and Settle This!')," 20 Constitutional Commentary 379 (2004).
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  54. Gary Lawson, "Making a Federal Case of It: Sabri v. United States and the Constitution of Leviathan," 2003-04 Cato Supreme Court Review 119 (2004).
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  55. Gary Lawson, "Making Workshops Work," 54 Journal of Legal Education 302 (2004).
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  56. Gary Lawson & David Kahn, "Who's the Boss? Controlling Auditor Incentives Through Random Selection," 53 Emory Law Review 391 (2004).
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  57. Gary Lawson, "An Empirical Test of Justice Scalia's Commitment to the Rule of Law," 26 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 803 (2003).
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  58. Gary Lawson, "Conservative or Constitutionalist?" 1 Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy 81 (2002).
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  59. Gary Lawson, "Delegation and Original Meaning," 88 Virginia Law Review 327 (2002).
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  60. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, "The First 'Establishment' Clause: Article VII and the Post-Constitutional Confederation," 78 Notre Dame Law Review 83 (2002).
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  61. Gary Lawson, "Controlling Precedent: Congressional Regulation of Judicial Decision-Making," 18 Constitutional Commentary 191 (2001).
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  62. Gary Lawson, "Everything I Need to Know About Presidents I Learned from Dr. Seuss," 24 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 381 (2001).
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  63. Gary Lawson, Federal Administrative Law and Teachers Manual, 2d ed., West Publishing Co. (2001).
  64. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, "The Hobbesian Constitution: Governing Without Authority," 95 Northwestern University Law Review 581 (2001).
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  65. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, "When Did the Constitution Become Law," 77 Notre Dame Law Review 1 (2001).
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  66. Gary Lawson, "Casey at the Court," 17 Constitutional Commentary 161 (2000).
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  67. Gary Lawson, "The Bill of Rights As an Exclamation Point," 33 University of Richmond Law Review 511 (1999).
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  68. Gary Lawson, "Delegation and the Constitution," 22 Regulation 23 (1999).
  69. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, "Downsizing the Right to Petition," 93 Northwestern University Law Review 739 (1999).
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  70. Gary Lawson & Guy I. Seidman, "Taking Notes: Subpoenas and Just Compensation," 66 University of Chicago Law Review 1081 (1999).
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  71. Gary Lawson, Federal Administrative Law and Teachers Manual, West Publishing Co. (1998).
  72. Gary Lawson, "A Farewell to Principles," 82 Iowa Law Review 893 (1997).
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  73. Gary Lawson, "On Reading Recipes -- And Constitutions," 85 Georgetown Law Review 1823 (1997).
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  74. Gary Lawson, "Reconceptualizing Chevron and Discretion: A Comment on Levin and Rubin," in Symposium on Administrative Law, 72 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1377 (1997).
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  75. Gary Lawson & Chris Moore, "The Executive Power of Constitutional Interpretation," 81 Iowa Law Review 1267 (1996).
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  76. Gary Lawson, "Legal Indeterminacy: Its Cause and Cure," 19 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 411 (1996).
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  77. Gary Lawson, "Outcome, Procedure, and Process: Agency Duties of Explanation for Legal Conclusions," 48 Rutgers Law Review 313 (1996).
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  78. Gary Lawson, "Linguistics and Legal Epistemology: Why the Law Pays Less Attention to Linguists than It Should," 73 Washington University Law Quarterly 995 (1995).
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  79. Gary Lawson, "Who Legislates?" review of David Schoenbrod, Power Without Responsibility, Yale University Press (1993), 1995 Public Interest Law Review 147 (1995). Westlaw
  80. Gary Lawson, review of Michael J. Perry, The Constitution in the Courts: Law or Politics?, Oxford University Press , The Federalist Paper (1994).
  81. Gary Lawson, "The Constitutional Case Against Precedent," 17 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 23 (1994).
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  82. Gary Lawson, "Feminist Legal Theories," 18 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 325 (1994).
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  83. Gary Lawson, "Proving Ownership," 11 Social Philosophy & Policy 139 (1994).
  84. Gary Lawson, "The Rise and Rise of the Administrative State," 107 Harvard Law Review 1231 (1994).
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  85. Gary Lawson & Patricia B. Granger, "The 'Proper' Scope of Federal Power: A Jurisdictional Interpretation of the Sweeping Clause," 43 Duke Law Journal 267 (1993).
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  86. Gary Lawson & Steven G. Calabresi, "Foreword: Two Visions of the Nature of Man," in Symposium The Legacy of the Federalist Papers, 16 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 1 (1993).
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  87. Gary Lawson, "Thayer Versus Marshall," 88 Northwestern University Law Review 221 (1993).
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  88. Gary Lawson, "Congress, the Court, and the Bill of Rights - Panel III," in Symposium The Congress: Representation, Accountability and the Rule of Law, 23 Cumberland Law Review 103 (1992).
  89. Gary Lawson, "Efficiency and Individualism," 42 Duke Law Journal 53 (1992).
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  90. Gary Lawson & Steven G. Calabresi, "Equity and Hierarchy: Reflections on the Harris Execution," 102 Yale Law Journal 255 (1992).
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  91. Gary Lawson, "Everyday People," review of Joseph Goldstein, The Intelligible Constitution, Oxford University Press (1992), 78 American Bar Association Journal 113 (Dec. 1992).
  92. Gary Lawson & Steven G. Calabresi, "Foreword: The Constitution of Responsibility," in Symposium The Constitution of Responsibility, 77 Cornell Law Review 955 (1992).
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  93. Gary Lawson, "An Interpretivist Agenda," 15 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 157 (1992).
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  94. Gary Lawson, "Proving the Law," 86 Northwestern University Law Review 859 (1992).
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  95. Gary Lawson, "An Abuse of Authority," American Bar Association Journal 44 (Nov. 1991).
  96. Gary Lawson & Steven G. Calabresi, "Introduction: Prospects for the Rule of Law," in Symposium Legal Systems in Transition: New Directions for Eastern Europe, 21 Cumberland Law Review 427 (1990-91).
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  97. Gary Lawson, C. L. Davis & E. W. Paul, "Operation Rescue - Was the Justice Dept. Right to Intervene in Wichita?" 77 American Bar Association Journal 44 (1991).
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  98. Gary Lawson & Tamara Mattison, "A Tale of Two Professions: The Third-Party Liability of Accountants and Attorneys for Negligent Misrepresentation," 52 Ohio State Law Journal 1309 (1991).
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  99. Gary Lawson & Walter K. Olson, "Caveat Auditor: The Rise of Accountants' Liability," Claims 34 (Apr. 1990).
  100. Gary Lawson, "Territorial Governments and the Limits of Formalism," 78 California Law Review 853 (1990).
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  101. Gary Lawson, "AIDS, Astrology, and Arline: Towards a Causal Interpretation of Section 504," 17 Hofstra Law Review 237 (1989).
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  102. Gary Lawson, "The Ethics of Insider Trading," 11 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 727 (1988).
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  103. Gary Lawson, "In Praise of Woodenness," 11 George Mason University Law Review 21 (1988).
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  104. Gary Lawson, "Antitrust: Fear of Fairness," 9 Regulation 5 (Dec. 1985).
  105. Gary Lawson, "Insider Trading As Victimless Crime," 9 Regulation 8 (May/Jun 1985).
  106. Gary Lawson, "A Truce in the Takeover Wars?" 9 Regulation 4 (Mar/Apr 1985).
Courses

4 credits

This course will examine the nature and functions of federal administrative agencies and the legal controls on agency action. Agency action is situated and examined in its political and legal contexts. Topics include the status of administrative agencies in the constitutional framework of separation of powers including the non-delegation doctrine, the President's appointment and removal powers in light of the unitary executive, the constitutionality of the legislative and line-item vetoes, the constitutionality of agency adjudication, and the constitutional (and political) status of independent agencies; agency rulemaking and adjudication including the choice of procedural model and the procedural requirements of the rulemaking model; and the availability, timing and scope of judicial review of agency action including standing to seek judicial review and exceptions to the availability of judicial review. The course also examines different methods of policy analysis such as regulatory impact analysis and cost-benefit analysis. Additional topics include discriminatory enforcement, regulatory delay, judicial imposition of procedural constraints on agencies, the implication of private rights of action from regulatory statutes and the availability citizens' suits. Some attention may be paid to differences between state and federal separation of powers doctrines. GRADING NOTICE: This course will not offer the CR/NC/H option.

FALL 2015: LAW JD 801 A1 , Aug 31st to Dec 2nd 2015
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Mon,Wed 10:40 am 12:40 pm 4 Abigail R. Moncrieff LAW 414
SPRG 2016: LAW JD 801 D1 , Jan 11th to Apr 20th 2016
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Mon,Wed 10:40 am 12:40 pm 4 Colin S. Diver LAW 414
SPRG 2016: LAW JD 801 L1 , Jan 12th to Apr 19th 2016
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Tue,Thu 10:40 am 12:40 pm 4 Gary S. Lawson LAW 414
FALL 2016: LAW JD 801 A1 , Sep 7th to Dec 7th 2016
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Mon,Wed 10:40 am 12:40 pm 4 Colin S. Diver LAW 209

4 credits

Practical and theoretical aspects of the rules of evidence. The purpose and policies underlying the evidentiary rules are stressed throughout in order to make the rules meaningful, predictable, and functional both for students interested in trial practice and for students who anticipate engaging in a more diversified practice. In addition to covering the substantive rules of evidence, the course demonstrates the significance of evidence as a tactical device at the trial and as a vital skill for the office lawyer. GRADING NOTICE: Judge Lowy's section will not offer the CR/NC/H option.

FALL 2015: LAW JD 831 A1 , Aug 31st to Dec 2nd 2015
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Mon,Wed 10:40 am 12:40 pm 4 Gary S. Lawson LAW 103
FALL 2015: LAW JD 831 P1 , Sep 1st to Dec 3rd 2015
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Tue,Thu 10:40 am 11:55 am 4 Mark Pettit LAW 103
Fri 10:30 am 11:45 am 4 Mark Pettit LAW 103
SPRG 2016: LAW JD 831 L1 , Jan 11th to Apr 20th 2016
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Mon,Wed 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 4 David A. Lowy LAW 414
FALL 2016: LAW JD 831 A1 , Sep 7th to Dec 7th 2016
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Mon,Wed 10:40 am 12:40 pm 4 Gary S. Lawson LAW 103
FALL 2016: LAW JD 831 P1 , Sep 6th to Dec 8th 2016
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Tue,Thu 10:40 am 12:40 pm 4 Gary S. Lawson LAW 103
SPRG 2017: LAW JD 831 D1 , Jan 18th to Apr 26th 2017
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Mon,Wed 10:40 am 12:40 pm 4 Stephen M. Donweber
SPRG 2017: LAW JD 831 L1 , Jan 18th to Apr 26th 2017
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
Mon,Wed 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 4 TBA

Var credits

Upper-class students may pursue a special research interest under the guidance of a full time faculty member, and earn one or two semester credits for a Supervised Research and Writing project (also known as an Independent Study). The study must involve a substantial investment of time and effort, and result in significant written work that reflects a high standard of legal scholarship. The student's final grade will be based solely upon written work submitted, and will be included in the student's average. NOTE: Students must register for Supervised Research and Writing directly with the Registrar's Office. You may not register via the Student Link.

FALL 2015: LAW JD 841 A1 , Aug 31st to Dec 4th 2015
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
ARR TBD TBD Var Gary S. Lawson
SPRG 2016: LAW JD 841 A1 , Jan 11th to Apr 20th 2016
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
ARR TBD TBD Var Anna di Robilant
SPRG 2017: LAW JD 841 A1 , Jan 17th to Apr 26th 2017
Days Start End Credits Instructors Bldg Room
ARR TBD TBD Var TBA
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