Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

The Federalist Society Review is the legal journal produced by the Federalist Society’s Practice Groups....

Will We Soon Have Clarity on Navigable Waters?: How the Supreme Court’s October 2017 Term Set the Stage

Will We Soon Have Clarity on Navigable Waters?: How the Supreme Court’s October 2017 Term Set the Stage

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Note from the Editor: This article discusses the longstanding legal battle over the meaning of...

A New Foundation for Property Rights?: A Helpful but Flawed Contribution

A New Foundation for Property Rights?: A Helpful but Flawed Contribution

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

A review of: Property and Human Flourishing, by Gregory S. Alexander, https://global.oup.com/academic/product/property-and-human-flourishing-9780190860745?cc=us&lang=en&   Note from the Editor: ...

The GDPR: What It Really Does and How the U.S. Can Chart a Better Course

The GDPR: What It Really Does and How the U.S. Can Chart a Better Course

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Note from the Editor:  This article discusses the European Union’s new General Data Protection Rule...

Deference to Agency Rule Interpretations: Problems of Expanding Constitutionally Questionable Authority in the Administrative State

Deference to Agency Rule Interpretations: Problems of Expanding Constitutionally Questionable Authority in the Administrative State

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

Note from the Editor: This article argues that, while judicial deference to agency decisions is...

A Shy Frog, the Administrative State, and Judicial Review of Agency Decision-Making: A Preview of Weyerhaeuser v. United States Fish & Wildlife Service

A Shy Frog, the Administrative State, and Judicial Review of Agency Decision-Making: A Preview of Weyerhaeuser v. United States Fish & Wildlife Service

Federalist Society Review, Volume 19

 Note from the Editor:  This article previews one of the first cases of the Supreme...