At The Regulatory Review, Soojin Jeong L’23 advocates for algorithmic impact assessments (AIA) as a tool to promote accountability without sacrificing regulatory flexibility that supports innovation.
In a new study, Prof. Cary Coglianese and co-author demonstrate the power of businesses to exert substantial influence over agency rulemaking.
At The Regulatory Review, Caroline Hackley L’24 examines the limitations of COPPA, the only federal law regulating the collection of children’s data via the internet.
Prof. Christopher S. Yoo and Bethany Lee L’22 advocate FDA regulatory action to better address cybersecurity risks of medical devices such as pacemakers.
Prof. Cary Coglianese proposes statutory revisions aimed at increasing online accessibility of federal agencies’ legal materials.
Prof. Cary Coglianese discusses how regulators can sharpen their skills and produce better regulatory outcomes.
At The Regulatory Review, Janaina Rodrigues Valle Gomes LLM’23 explores policy recommendations proposed by Rangita de Silva de Alwis and other scholars to ensure equity in AI development.
At The Regulatory Review, Prof. Shelley Welton examines opportunities to strengthen the OMB’s revised guidance on regulatory analysis.
Leading lawyers and scholars examine the Supreme Court’s major regulatory decisions from its recent term.
At The Regulatory Review, Cara McClellan GEd’12 explains what’s left and what’s next for racial diversity in college admissions after the Supreme Court’s recent affirmative action decision.
Madeline Bruning L’24 examines state and federal responses to shore up fragile septic infrastructure and curb public health risks.
At The Regulatory Review, Katie Cohen L’24, MBE’24 explores the complexities of and continued barriers to increasing access to over-the-counter treatment for opioid overdose.