Issue 1 - December 2019 Administrative Law: Whose Job Is It Anyway?

Administrative Law: Whose Job Is It Anyway?

Article by: Allison Mather 47 PEPP. L. REV. 143 (2019) This Note examines the current state of judicial deference to administrative agencies and suggests modifying the doctrine to better comport with the Constitution. It examines the history of administrative agencies and the rise of judicial deference. The Note explores the present-day applications of judicial deference …

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Issue 1 – January 2018 Duty and Disobedience: The Conflict of Conscience and Compliance in the Trump Era

Duty and Disobedience: The Conflict of Conscience and Compliance in the Trump Era

Article by: Keith A. Petty 45 PEPP. L. REV. 55 (2018) In the first weeks of President Trump’s administration, the Acting Attorney General was fired for ordering the Justice Department not to enforce a controversial Executive Order on immigration. Police departments and corporate boardrooms prepare for deregulation and less oversight, opening the door to more …

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