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William G. McRoberts Research Professor in Administration of the Law
Articles
"Knowledge in the People: Rethinking 'Value' in Public Rulemaking Participation," (with Dmitry Epstein, Josiah Heidt, and Mary Newhart) 47 Wake Forest Law Review 1185 2013).  Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 12-65 (2013) .
" Rulemaking vs. Democracy; Judging and Nudging Public Participation that Counts," (with Mary Newhart and Josiah Heidt) 2 Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law 123  (2012) Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 12-20 (2012).
"Rulemaking 2.0," (with Mary Newhart, Claire Cardie, Dan Cosley, CeRI), 65 University of Miami Law Review 395 (2011).
"Rulemaking in 140 Characters or Less: Social Networking and Public Participation in Rulemaking," (with Paul Miller, Mary J. Newhart, Claire Cardie, Dan Cosley, and Rebecca Vernon) 31 Pace Law Review 382 (2011).
"False Comfort and Impossible Promises: Uncertainty, Information Overload and the Unitary Executive," 12 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 357 (2010).
"Achieving the Potential: The Future of Federal E-Rulemaking, Report of the Committee on the Status and Future of Federal 3-Rulemaking," 62  Administrative Law Review   (2010).
"Deconstructing Non-Delegation," 33 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 87 (2010).
"The Administrative Procedure Act Project: Availability of Judicial Review," 54 Administrative Law Review 52 (2002) (A portion of  A Black Letter Statement of Federal Administrative Law prepared by the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice of the ABA).
"Cognitive Psychology and Optimal Government Design" (with Jeffrey J. Rachlinski), 87 Cornell Law Review 549-615 (2002).
"Foreword: Post-Public Choice?" (with Jeffrey J. Rachlinski), 87 Cornell Law Review 267-79 (2002).
"Faith, Hope and Rationality, or Public Choice Theory and the Perils of Occam's Razor," 28 Florida State University Law Review 109-35 (2000).
"Regulatory Improvement Legislation:  Risk Assessment, Cost-Benefit Analysis, and Judicial Review" (with Fred Anderson, et al.), 11 Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum 89-138 (2000).
"The Consent of the Governed: The President and 'The People'," 26 Cornell Law Forum 3-10 (1999).
"Undoing the New Deal Through the New Presidentialism," 22 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 227-38 (1998).
"On Misusing 'Revolution' and 'Reform': Procedural Due Process and the New Welfare Act," 50 Administrative Law Review 591-634 (1998).
"The Consent of the Governed: Against Simple Rules for a Complex World," 72 Chicago-Kent Law Review 987-1037 (1997).
"The 'Chief Executive' and the Quiet Constitutional Revolution," 49 Administrative Law Review 179-86 (1997).
"Judicial Review of Petitions," 48 Administrative Law Review 355 (1996).
"Keeping Faith: Government Ethics & Government Ethics Regulation," 45 Administrative Law Review 287-341 (1993).
"Getting From Here to There," 1991 Duke Law Journal 689-710 (1991).
"Conceiving Due Process," 3 Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 189-279 (1991).
"How Separation of Powers Protects Individual Liberties" (with L. Gordon Crovitz, Charles J. Cooper, Alfred C. Aman, Jr., and Jonathan R. Macey), 41 Rutgers Law Review 805-34 (1989).
"Statutory Interpretation and the Balance of Power in the Administrative State," 89 Columbia Law Review 452-528 (1989).
"Escape from Cruel and Unusual Punishment: A Theory of Constitutional Necessity 59 Boston University Law Review 334 (1979).
Electronic Publications
"A Study in Rule-Specific Issue Classification for e-Rulemaking, Proceedings," (with Claire Cardie, et al.) of the 9th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, May 18-21, 2008 (Digital Government Research Center, USC Info Sciences Inst).
"Achieving the Potential: The Future of Federal e-Rulemaking," (Committee on the Status and Future of Federal e-Rulemaking: C. Farina, Reporter 2008); Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 010-007 (Mar 4, 2010).