Saving Agency Adjudication
Professor Christopher J. Walker of University of Michigan Law School presents his work Saving Agency Adjudication. The article discusses the potential crisis facing agency adjudication in the US due to recent court rulings and proposes alternative solutions to creating a new agency or expanding Article I or III courts, arguing for the use of independence-enhancing tools provided by the Constitution to address the perceived threats to agency adjudicator decisional independence.
Christopher J. Walker is a professor of law at Michigan Law. His research focuses primarily on administrative law, regulation, and law and policy at the agency level. He teaches Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Litigation, Federal Courts, Legislation and Regulation, and State and Local Government Law.
administrative law, agency adjudication, precedent, stare decisis
Administrative Law | Civil Procedure | Legislation
Walker, Christopher J., "Saving Agency Adjudication" (2023). Faculty Workshops.