As part of the UNC School of Law Summer Spotlight series, we
are proud to present Hot Topics in the Law: Remedial Chevron, a conversation with Professor Andrew Hessick.
Hessick, who joined the Carolina Law faculty in 2016, will
speak on his paper Remedial Chevron. The Chevron Doctrine, a
prominent feature of administrative law since 1984 -which requires courts to
give broad deference to federal agencies - may be nearing the end of its
existence, at least in its current form. “When doctrine conflicts with law, two
general choices are available,” Hessick writes. “One is to come up with a new
rationale for the doctrine that avoids the legal objections. The other, which I
propose, is to change the doctrine to avoid the legal shortcomings.”
This gathering, in addition to showcasing the scholarship of
one of Carolina Law’s distinguished faculty, provides a unique opportunity to
connect local alumni with current students working in Charlotte over the
summer, as well as admitted students in the area. Our programs thrive on the
prominent presence of our alumni to provide advice and support to 1L and 2L
summer associates and help the law school recruit the incoming class of 2021.
We hope that you will join us for this informative presentation, and to show
your support for Carolina Law.
Register for this or other Carolina Law events at http://alumni.law.unc.edu/events.
For additional information, contact Kelly Mann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-445-0170.