Jonathan Adler, the Johan Verheij Memorial Professor of Law, gave numerous speeches and wrote three articles for publication recently.
His most recent articles are:
- “Restoring Chevron’s Domain,” 81 Missouri Law Review 983 (2016) (symposium, invited)
- “Is the Clean Air Act Unconstitutional? Coercion, Cooperative Federalism, and Conditional Spending after NFIB v. Sebelius” (with Nathaniel Stewart), 43 Ecology Law Quarterly 671 (2016)
- “Gorsuch’s Judicial Philosophy Is like Scalia’s — with One Big Difference,” Washington Post, Feb. 1.
He also gave the following presentations:
- Feb. 1: He participated on a City Club panel on “Understanding the Executive Order on Immigration,” at the Happy Dog.
- Feb. 21: He participated as a panelist on “The End of Judicial Deference to the Administrative State: Is It Time to Overturn Chevron?” sponsored by the New York City Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society.
- Feb. 22: He presented the paper “Regulatory Obstacles to Harm Reduction: The Case of Tobacco,” at a conference on medical innovation and the law, sponsored by the Classical Liberal Institute at the New York University School of Law. The paper will be published in the NYU Journal of Law & Liberty.
- March 2: He spoke on the REINS Act at the Capitol Hill conference, “The Time for Regualtory Reform in Congress” in Washington, D.C., sponsored by the Center for the Study of the Administrative State and the American Bar Association Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice.
- March 2: He spoke at a Cato Institute Book Forum on Business and the Roberts Court in Washington, D.C. Audio and video of the event are available at cato.org/events/business-roberts-court.
- March 8: He delivered a lecture on “Conservation without Regulation: Property Rights, Markets and Environmental Protection,” at Hope College in Holland, Michigan.
- March 14: He participated as a panelist in the program “Advice and Dissent: Gorsuch and the Future of an Independent Supreme Court” at the City Club of Cleveland. Audio & video of the event are available at cityclub.org/events/advice-and-dissent-gorsuch-and-the-future-of-an-independent-supreme-court.
- March 27: He spoke on Business and the Roberts Court before the Columbia University Law School Chapter of the Federalist Society in New York.