I’m honored to be elected the Section’s chair, and grateful for the opportunity to serve as a steward of the Section’s legacy.
In an era when administrative law is the subject of so much academic research, judicial scrutiny, and practical importance, I am keen to continue the Section’s history of thoughtful debate.
And at a time when our Section, like the rest of the ABA and indeed all professional organizations, are reflecting on their own institutional roles and the ways in which we connect with our members in the aftermath of Covid-19’s disruptions, I am keen to redouble our efforts to engage all parts of the legal community—private practitioners, government lawyers, the academic community and more—all for the sake of informing the practice of law and improving our legal institutions.
And I’m especially thankful to the section’s officers, council members, committee chairs, and council liaisons; our section director and program specialist; and everyone else who works so hard for the Section.
All the best,
ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice