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Daniel E. Walters

Regulation Fellow

Daniel Walters

Daniel E. Walters is a Regulation Fellow in the Penn Program on Regulation. He rejoins the program after having been a fellow from 2013-2015. Continue reading…

  • The Judicial Role in Constraining Presidential Non-Enforcement Discretion:  The Virtues of an APA Approach, University of Pennsylvania Law Review (forthcoming, 2016) 

  • Agenda-Setting in the Regulatory State:  Theory and Evidence, 68 Administrative Law Review 864 (2016) (with Cary Coglianese)

  • Upending a Global Debate: An Empirical Analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Use of Transnational Law to Interpret Domestic Doctrine, forthcoming Georgetown Law Journal (2014) (with Ryan Black, Ryan Owens, & Jennifer Williams)

  • Ideology, Qualifications, and Covert Senate Obstruction of Federal Court Nominations, forthcoming University of Illinois Law Review (2014) (with Ryan Owens, Ryan Black, & Anthony Madonna)

  • Litigation-Fostered Bureaucratic Autonomy: Administrative Law Against Political Control, 28 Journal of Law & Politics 129 (2013)

  • Note, The Justiciability of Fair Balance under the Federal Advisory Committee Act: Toward a Deliberative Process Approach, 110 Michigan Law Review 677 (2012)

  • Scientific Expertise and the Balance of Political Interests: MEDCAC and Medicare Coverage Decisions, 22 Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory 55 (2012) (with Stéphane Lavertu and David L.Weimer) 



  • Administrative Law
  • Government Regulation
  • Environmental Law

Research Areas

  • Administrative Law
  • Regulatory Politics and Policymaking
  • Environmental Law


  • Regulatory Policy Seminar (Fall 2016)

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