Conservative Critiques of the Administrative State (20553). 2 or 3 units. According to some conservative scholars, American law took a "wrong turn" at the New Deal and the rise of the "Administrative State" is a terrible mistake that should be curtailed or undone. This seminar will consider the arguments of conservative critics, including Friedrich von Hayek, Richard Epstein, Antonin Scalia, and Gary Lawson. A prior course or simultaneous course in Administrative Law is helpful but not required. Supervised Analytic Writing or Substantial Paper credit available. Enrollment limited to twenty. Paper required. E.D. Elliott.
Note: Class participation counts toward the final grade. No more than three missed classes permitted.