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This post is the third in a series exploring how the federal judiciary has referenced the Administrative Conference and its body of work in judicial opinions.  The focus of this post is on the U.S. Court of Appeals other than the D.C. Circuit, which was the subject of our second post. ...

The Office of the Chairman of the Administrative Conference of the United States has released its report to the Social Security Administration on Evaluating Subjective Symptoms in Disability Claims.  The report and appendices can be found on the project page, at acus.gov/symptom-evaluation.  Executive Director Matthew Lee Wiener and Attorney Advisor Stephanie Tatham's...

CLE materials are now available for the Oct. 16, 2014 ABA event ACUS: The View from the Federal Bench.  Several prominent active and retired federal judges (list below) will reflect on the work of the Administrative Conference—especially as it bears on matters of judicial review— in a presentation moderated by Conference Chairman Paul Verkuil at the...

This is a guest post authored by Charles Tyler and E. Donald ElliottMr. Elliott is a Senior Fellow of the Administrative Conference.  This post is the result of the authors' independent research and does...

This is a guest post by Nathan Cortez, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor of Law at SMU Dedman School of Law. This post is the result of the author’s independent research and does not necessarily represent...

At its mid-year meeting in Dallas last week, the American Bar Association (ABA) House of Delegates adopted a resolution urging Congress to implement...

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