May 13, 2014 Criminal Law and the Administrative State written CLE materials

This collection of written materials is offered to satisfy Continuing Legal Education requirements in states such as New York or Virginia.  With the exception of prior Administrative Conference recommendations, the views expressed in the written materials are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Administrative Conference.

On May 13, 2014, 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 hosting a workshop, Criminal Law and the Administrative State: Defining and Enforcing Regulatory Crimes, to explore current topics at the intersection of criminal law and the administrative state.  This blog post identifies relevant academic scholarship, including from our panelists and partners, offering diverse perspectives on the workshop subject matter.  It also identifies relevant case law, congressional activity, and prior Administrative Conference recommendations.

Academic Scholarship

Panel One: Defining Regulatory Crimes

Panel Two: Agency Enforcement and Prosecution of Regulatory Crimes

Case Law

Congressional Activity

Media Coverage

Prior Administrative Conference Recommendations

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