Award for Scholarship in Administrative Law: Recipients

Award for Scholarship in Administrative Law: Recipients

2014
Nicholas R. Parrillo, Against the Profit Motive: The Salary Revolution in American Government, 1780-1940, Yale University Press (2013)

2013 
Jerry L. Mashaw, Creating the Administrative Constitution: The Lost One Hundred Years of American Administrative Law, Yale University Press (2012);
Kevin M. Stack, Interpreting Regulations, 111 Michigan Law Review 355 (2012)

2012
John Manning, Separation of Powers as Ordinary Interpretation, 124 Harvard Law Review 1939-2040 (2011)

2011
Nina Mendelson, Disclosing ‘Political Oversight’ of Agency Decision Making, 108 Michigan Law Review 1127-1178 (2010)

2010
Anne Joseph O’Connell, Vacant Offices:  Delays in Staffing Top Agency Positions, 82 Southern California Law Review 913 (2009)

2009
William Eskridge and Lauren Baer, The Continuum of Deference: Supreme Court Treatment of Agency Statutory Interpretation from Chevron to Hamdan, 96 Geo. L.J. 1083 (2008)

2008
Reuel E. Schiller, The Era of Deference: Courts, Expertise, and the Emergence of New Deal Administrative Law, 106 Michigan Law Review 399 (2007)

2007
Nicholas Bagley and Richard L. Revesz, Centralized Oversight of the Regulatory State, 106 Columbia Law Review 1260 (2006)

2006
Edward Rubin, The Myth of Accountability and the Anti-Administrative Impulse, 103 Michigan Law Review 2073 (2005)

2005
M. Elizabeth Magill, Agency Choice of Policymaking Form, 71 University of Chicago Law Review 1383 (2004)

2004
Steven P. Croley, White House Review of Agency Rulemaking: An Empirical Investigation, 70 University of Chicago Law Review 821-885 (2003)

2003
Thomas Merrill and Kathryn Tongue Watts, Agency Rules With the Force of Law: The Original Convention, 116 Harvard Law Review 467 (2002)

2002
Elena Kagan, Presidential Administration, 114 Harvard Law Review (2001)

2001
Jody Freeman, The Private Role in Public Governance, 75 New York University Law Review 5434 (2000)

2000
Cass R. Sunstein, Is the Clean Air Act Constitutional?, 98 Michigan Law Review 303 (1999) and Informational Regulation and Informational Standing: Akins and Beyond, 147 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 613 (1999)

1999
John F. Duffy, Administrative Common Law in Judicial Review, 77 Texas Law Review 113 (1998)

1998
Jerry Mashaw, Greed Chaos, and Governance, Yale University Press (1997) 
Cynthia Farina, The Consent of the Governed: Against Simple Rules for a Complex World, 72 Chicago-Kent Law Review 987 (1997)

1997
George B. Shepherd, Fierce Compromise: The Administrative Procedure Act Emerges from New Deal Politics, 10 Northwestern Law Review 1557 (1996) 
Jessica Korn, The Power of Separation: American Constitutionalism and the Myth of the Legislative Veto, Princeton University Press, (1996)

1996
Patrick J. Borchers and David L. Markell, New York State Administrative Procedure and Practice, West Publishing (1995)

1995
Richard J. Pierce, Administrative Law Treatise, 3rd Edition (1994)

1994
Richard L. Revesz, Rehabilitating Interstate Competition: Rethinking the ‘Race to the Bottom’ Rationale for Federal Environmental Regulation, 67 New York University Law Review 1210 (1993)

1993
Thomas W. Merrill, Judicial Deference to Executive Precedent, Yale Law Journal (1992)

1992
Thomas O. McGarity, Reinventing Rationality: The Role of Regulatory Analysis in the Federal Bureaucracy, Cambridge University Press (1991)

1991
Jerry L. Mashaw and David L. Harfst, The Struggle for Auto Safety, Harvard University Press (1990)

1990
Cass R. Sunstein, Interpreting Statutes in the Regulatory State, Harvard Law Review (1989)

1989
Linda R. Hirshman, Postmodern Jurisprudence and the Problem of Administrative Discretion, Northwestern University Law Review (1988)

1988
Peter L. Strauss, Formal and Functional Approaches to Separation-of-Powers Questions: Foolish Inconsistency?, Cornell Law Review (1987)

1987
The Honorable Stephen G. Breyer, Judicial Review of Questions of Law and Policy, Administrative Law Review (1986)

1986
Cass R. Sunstein, Interest Groups in American Public Law, 38 Stanford Law Review 29 (1985)

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