With the arrival of new Supreme Court justices, and with the emergence of new debates among scholars like Adrian Vermeule and Philip Hamburger over the Constitution and the administrative state, what will happen to Administrative Law? In a recent Harvard Law Review article, Notre Dame’s Professor Jeffrey Pojanowski assesses the scene and suggests a new school of thought: “Neoclassical Administrative Law.”

In this episode, Adam White interviews Professor Pojanowksi about his article, which was workshopped early on at a Gray Center roundtable. They discuss the article and the conversation that it has sparked.

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