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The Legislative Veto in Illinois: Why JCAR Review of Agency Rulemaking is Unconstitutional
This Article argues that legislative vetoes of administrative agency rulemaking in Illinois are unlawful under the state’s constitution. It focuses on the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (“JCAR”), a bipartisan ...
An Empirical Critique of JCAR and the Legislative Veto in Illinois
This Article collects and analyzes nearly four decades’ worth of data concerning the legislative oversight of administrative agency rulemaking in Illinois. Its chief purpose is to assess the efficacy of the state’s legislative ...
Thoughts on American Legal Education: Past, Present and Future
As a professor and administrator at a public law school, I have witnessed firsthand widespread changes in the legal market for our graduates, and I have observed how that transformation has affected how and what we teach ...