On Sept. 2, Adler spoke on King v. Burwell to a Case Western Reserve University School of Law alumni event in Cleveland.
Joining Jonathan Entin, the David L. Brennan Professor of Law and professor of political science, Adler then previewed the upcoming Supreme Court term at a Public Affairs lunch sponsored by the Center for Policy Studies at Case Western Reserve on Sept. 4.
Adler also participated in a panel reviewing the Supreme Court’s term co-sponsored by the American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society at the School of Law Sept. 9.
In addition, Adler has several articles published or accepted for publication:
- “Dynamic Environmentalism and Adaptive Management: Legal Obstacles and Opportunities” in 11 Journal of Law, Economics & Policy 133 (2015)
- “King v. Burwelland the Triumph of Selective Contextualism” (with Michael Cannon, director of health policy studies at the Cato Institute), 15 Cato Supreme Court Review 35 (2015)
- “Baptists, Bootleggers, and E-Cigarettes” (with Roger Meiners the Goolsby-Rosenthal Endowed Chair at the University of Texas at Arlington; Andrew Morriss, dean of the School of Law at Texas A&M University and Anthony G. Buzbee Dean’s Endowed Chair; and Bruce Yandle, Clemson Alumni Distinguished Professor of Economics Emeritus and Dean Emeritus of Clemson University’s College of Business & Behavioral Science) has been accepted for volume 33 of the Yale Journal on Regulation
Cambridge University Press recently accepted Adler’s proposal for a book based upon his work on environmental federalism.