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September 14, 2006

Interesting New Article

There's an interesting piece just out by a student analyzing recent decisions of the U.S. Court of Appeals for DC that includes a thoughtful analysis of then-judge now Justice Roberts' approach to both interpretation and Chevron deference. It's Maile Gradison, Recent Decisions of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit: Administrative Law, 74 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 619 (June 2006). I've not studied his approaches closely, and the case in this article involved a dissent and both interpretation and Chevron deference, and so is quite interesting, and condensed. It's the first section of the article you'll want to read.

I couldn't find it anywhere but on Westlaw (I didn't check Lexis), and the journal's web page, shows only the cover page for a volume, without lnks to the articles, so don't check there. Journals are going to have to go on-line, but that's for another blog.

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