The C. Boyden Gray Center for the Administrative State, at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School, supports research and debate on the modern administrative state, and the constitutional issues surrounding it. In this podcast, we’ll discuss some of the questions being debated around modern administration — some new questions, some timeless ones. And you can also get the audio from Gray Center events.
Do Public Sector Unions Make Government Unaccountable?
Adam White and Jace Lington chat with Philip K. Howard about the problems public unions create for modern governance, the subject of his new book, Not Accountable: Rethinking the Constitutionality of Public Employee Unions. They discuss specific challenges faced by executive officials at the local, state, and federal level working with unionized employees and ways […]
The Promise and the Peril of AI in the Workplace
Adam White and Jace Lington chat with EEOC Commissioner Keith Sonderling and his chief counsel, Brad Kelley, about how to address the threat of employment discrimination posed by artificial intelligence tools, the subject of their new article in the University of Miami Law Review. They discuss how AI can help make the hiring process easier […]
Administrative Law Abroad: The View from Poland
What do American and European administrative law have in common? How do they differ? And what might Americans and Europeans learn from each other? These questions were on the mind of Prof. Przyemyslaw Ostojski when he visited the Gray Center this year. As a professor at the Academy of Justice in Warsaw and a prosecutor […]
The FTC’s Litigation: In Court and In-House
This episode is from the fourth panel of the Gray Center’s October 14 conference, “The Administration of Antitrust: The FTC and the Rule of Law.” It features the following experts: Ashley Baker, Director of Public Policy, Committee for Justice Justin (Gus) Hurwitz, Professor of Law, Nebraska College of Law, University of Nebraska – Lincoln; The […]
The FTC and the Roberts Court: The Major Questions Doctrine, Rulemaking, and More
This episode is from the third panel of the Gray Center’s October 14 conference, “The Administration of Antitrust: The FTC and the Rule of Law.” It features the following experts: Jeffrey S. Lubbers, Professor of Practice in Administrative Law, Washington College of Law, American University Thomas W. Merrill, Charles Evans Hughes Professor, Columbia Law School […]
Keynote Speech by William E. Kovacic
This episode is from the Keynote Speech of the Gray Center’s October 14 conference, “The Administration of Antitrust: The FTC and the Rule of Law.” It was given by William E. Kovacic, Director, Competition Law Center; Global Competition Professor of Law and Policy; Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School; former Chairman, Federal Trade Commission
Panel discussions on policy matters. If you want extremely detailed wonkery, this is the place to get it.