The John E. Sullivan Lecture - Capital University Law School

The John E. Sullivan Lecture

  • “Administrative Law: Past, Present, and Future” 

    featuring 2021 Sullivan Lecturer

    Donald F. McGahn II
    Practice Leader Government Regulation, Jones Day & 
    Former White House Counsel

    With commentary from

    Professor Jennifer Mascott
    Assistant Professor of Law &
    Co-Executive Director of the C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State
    George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School 

    Thursday, October 28, 2021 
    4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    Ohio Statehouse Atrium

    Administrative law is at the center of current public law and policy debates.  Historically, Presidential transitions have prompted shifting positions—sometimes, radically—on the Executive Branch and the scope of its powers.  Many members of the U.S. Supreme Court, including some of its newest members, have questioned longstanding administrative law doctrines.  And, in the legal academy and across the judiciary, the emergence of originalism has yielded serious debates over the separation-of-powers concerns implicated by administrative law. 

    In this lecture, former White House Counsel Don McGahn will survey the themes and developments that have defined administrative law in recent decades.  He will also forecast questions that may be answered—and areas where changes may be most pronounced—in coming years.

    Register to Attend

    This program will be submitted for CLE credit.

     
    Questions? Please contact Debbie Scott (Email or 614-236-6383)