Thursday, October 23, 2008
The ACS hosted a panel discussion and released a package of proposals for a new administration to reform everything from DOJ civil rights enforcement to legal advice for the president to government secrecy.
Here are some highlights:
Janet Reno and Geoffrey M. Klineberg, What Would Jackson Do? Some Old Advice for the New Attorney General
Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Restoring the Civil Rights Division
Amanda Frost and Justin Florence, Reforming the State Secrets Privilege
Geoffrey R. Stone, On Secrecy and Transparency: Thoughts for Congress and a New Administration
David C. Vladeck, The Emerging Threat of Regulatory Preemption
These are all excellent complements to classes and casebook readings in these areas.