The Lost History of Delegation at the Founding
Professor Christine Kexel Chabot, of Loyola University Chicago School of Law presented her work The Lost History of Delegation at the Founding, this article shows that there is no occasion to abandon precedent, as a more accommodating nondelegation doctrine has been with us from the start.
From Loyola University Chicago School of Law, "Professor Chabot’s historical research focuses on agency and judicial independence and separation of powers. Her papers have appeared in leading journals including the Notre Dame Law Review, the Connecticut Law Review, the Hastings Law Journal, the Utah Law Review, and the Administrative Law Review. Her research has been cited in briefs to the United States Supreme Court and featured in media such as The New York Times, the ABA Journal, and The Economist. Professor Chabot clerked for U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Jane R. Roth and practiced at national law firms. She is a magna cum laude graduate of the Notre Dame Law School and holds a BA from Northwestern University".
History, Delegation, Founding
Constitutional Law | Law
Chabot, Christine Kexel, "The Lost History of Delegation at the Founding" (2021). Faculty Workshops.