The Administrative Conference, together with the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice and Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Sections, the American Constitution Society, and The Federalist Society, is recently hosted a workshop to explore current topics at the intersection of criminal law and the administrative state. Senator Mike Lee, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, and U.S. Sentencing Commissioner Rachel Barkow offered keynote remarks.
Video of the event is available here:
2:00 PM Introduction
2:15 PM Panel One: Defining Regulatory Crimes
Moderator: The Hon. Ronald Cass, Cass & Associates
3:30 PM Keynote Remarks: Senator Michael S. Lee (UT)
4:00 PM Panel Two: Agency Enforcement and Prosecution of Regulatory Crimes
Moderator: Richard A. Bierschbach, Cardozo Law
5:15 PM Keynote Remarks:
 The Administrative Conference has issued a number of prior recommendations in these areas. E.g., Recommendations 72-3, 72-6, 76-4, 82-7, 86-2, 86-4, 93-1, 92-7, and 94-2. Despite this history, ACUS has not conducted any studies relevant to criminal law or procedure since it was re-established in 2010.