Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium 2020: Gillian Metzger, Monday, February 24 (FTX 137, with pizza)

The first of this year’s Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium kicks off next week with Professor Gillian Metzger (Columbia) on the topic of “Legitimacy”: Monday February 24, FTX 137 (First floor, Fauteux Hall, 57 Louis Pasteur, K1N 6N5), 17:00 to 19:00. All are welcome to attend — there will even be pizza.

Discussion will turn mostly on Professor Metzger’s article, “Foreword: 1930s Redux: The Administrative State Under Siege” (2017) 131 Harvard Law Review 1.

Here is Professor Metzger’s biography

Professor Metzger is the Stanley H. Fuld Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. She is also the Faculty Director of the Center for Constitutional Governance. Her research interests include constitutional law, administrative law, and federal courts. She has been a part of Columbia Law School since 2001.

Professor Metzger’s educational background includes a BA from Yale University, B. Phil from the University of Oxford, and a JD from Columbia Law School. Prior to joining Columbia Law School, she served as a law clerk to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Judge Patricia M. Wald of the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

Professor Metzger’s recent publications have appeared in the Harvard Law Review, Yale Law Journal and Columbia Law Review.

And here is the reading list, which will help you to orient yourself prior and subsequent to the seminar:

Required reading

Gillian Metzger, “Foreword: 1930s Redux: The Administrative State Under Siege” (2017) 131 Harvard Law Review 1

Suggested reading

Philip Hamburger, “Chevron Bias” (2016) 84 Georgetown Law Journal 1187

Adrian Vermeule, “‘No’: Review of Philip Hamburger, Is Administrative Law Unlawful?” (2015) 93 Texas Law Review 1547

Jeffrey Pojanowski, “Neoclassical Administrative Law” (2019) 133 Harvard Law Review (forthcoming)


Kisor v Wilkie, 588 U.S. _____ (2019)

This content has been updated on February 17, 2020 at 03:39.