U.S. Department of Justice Releases its Report on Modernizing the Administrative Procedure Act; Contributors Include ACUS Vice Chairman and Members

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U.S. Department of Justice Releases its Report on Modernizing the Administrative Procedure Act; Contributors Include ACUS Vice Chairman and Members 

Washington, D.C., August 11, 2020 – Today the Department of Justice released its report Modernizing the Administrative Procedure Act. The report is based on, and includes a transcript of, a summit held at the Department in December 2019 at which the following ACUS members spoke: Aaron Nielson (Public Member), Ronald M. Levin (Senior Fellow), Nicholas R. Parrillo (Public Member), Christopher J. Walker (Public Member), Matthew Lee Wiener (Vice Chairman), and Beth A. Williams (Government Member). Former ACUS member and now Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey A. Rosen delivered keynote remarks. 

Information about the report and summit appears in the Department’s press release

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