Conrad M. H. Dryland
Attorney Advisor & Special Counsel to the Chairman Attorney Advisor & Special Counsel to the Chairman, Staff
Conrad M. H. Dryland is an Attorney Advisor and Special Counsel to the Chairman at the Administrative Conference of the United States.
Mr. Dryland comes to ACUS from the Office of Legislative Affairs at the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, where his work included, inter alia, coordinating production, stakeholder review, and transmittal of congressional correspondence, identifying and tracking legislation of interest to the federal judiciary, reporting on congressional hearings and markups, and preparing Judicial Conference witnesses to testify before congress.
Mr. Dryland earned his J.D. from The George Washington University Law School and his B.A in Political Science from Dickinson College.
Agency Procedures for Considering Preemption of State Law, Implementation Contact
Compilation of Regulatory Reform Legislation, Staff Counsel
Congressional Constituent Service Inquiries, Staff Counsel
Consumer Complaint Databases, Implementation Contact
Government in the Sunshine Act, Implementation Contact
Midnight Rules, Implementation Contact
Paperwork Reduction Act, Implementation Contact
Paperwork Reduction Act Efficiencies, Implementation Contact
Plain Language in Regulatory Drafting, Implementation Contact
Technical Reform of the Congressional Review Act, Implementation Contact
The Federal Advisory Committee Act – Issues and Proposed Reforms, Implementation Contact
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