Reinventing Government and Regulatory Reform: Studies in the Neglect and Abuse of Administrative Law, 57 University of Pittsburgh Law Review 405 (1996)
As the title suggests, this will be a dispassionate essay. I will not take sides concerning which political branch of the current federal government, the President or the Congress, is embarked on a course that is more likely to impair the appropriate role of American administrative law in structuring and checking administrative action. Nor will I attempt to determine whether ignorance of, or cynicism about, the law is the greater sin for would-be designers of public institutions. My stance is that of a neutral observer: a chronicler of current events and an analyst of their implications for the role of law in an imploding administrative state.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Mashaw, Jerry L., "Reinventing Government and Regulatory Reform: Studies in the Neglect and Abuse of Administrative Law" (1996). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1186.