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Running in South-Tyrol...

Up in the Italian mountains to spend the hottest days of summer with family and friends…but we found also an excuse to try a new running location along the Adige river! 24 more words

Travel

Is the "Auer" at Hand to Reconsider Seminole Rock Deference?

Regular readers may recall an essay I posted a few months back, which I wrote for the Pacific Legal Foundation’s law student writing competition. In that essay, I discussed the administrative law doctrine known as Auer (or Seminole Rock) deference, and I highlighted recent calls for reconsidering or abrogating the doctrine. 1,479 more words

Administrative Law

Third Circuit Judge Rails Against Chevron & Auer Deference

Add another federal judge to the growing chorus of individuals concerned that the Court’s administrative law jurisprudence has gone off the rails. Egan v. Del. River Port Auth. 865 more words

Judiciary

Decorations by Tristan Auer

Tristan Auer has an incredible portfolio associated with not just decorations but lights and furnishings design. I love the restraining used, I might say edge line smart. 22 more words

Transgender rights case to be argued in March

The debate has become heated in America around transgender individuals’ right to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity. These feuds have made their way into the legal system, with debates over whether it violates Title IX or the Equal Protection clause of the 14th Amendment. 233 more words

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