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Submitted by on April 28, 2014 - 12:15 pm EDT

This blog post is the second in a recurring series to spotlight administrative law scholarship by Conference members and staff. It was prepared by Martin Saunders, a spring semester intern and third-year law student at Wake Forest University.

Submitted by Stephanie J. Tatham on September 11, 2013 - 11:56 am EDT

Recent publications by ACUS Members span the spectrum from exploring the future of rulemaking to examining the history of agencies.  This post and the attached fact sheet spotlight scholarship by ACUS Members and staff through August of 2013.  The views expressed therein are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of ACUS.

Submitted by David M. Pritzker on July 17, 2013 - 1:02 pm EDT

Administrative Conference (ACUS) Chairman Paul Verkuil recently received a request from an English teacher at a high school in Russia.  She explained that her curriculum includes a topic about one of the United States government agencies and she had selected ACUS for her students to study.  She asked for information about the Conference’s “history and current development,” along w

Submitted by Amber G. Williams on May 29, 2013 - 11:48 am EDT

The Administrative Conference of the United States welcomes our Summer 2013 interns!  We received more than 150 applications—the largest number we have ever had—for only four spots.  The four interns joining us this summer have impressive backgrounds and diverse experiences, as seen in their biographies below.

Submitted by on May 22, 2013 - 2:37 pm EDT

I started my internship at the Administrative Conference in the summer of 2010, following my second year of law school.  At that time, the Administrative Conference had five employees working in borrowed space at the FTC.  By the end of my internship, the Administrative Conference had moved into its own offices, more than doubled its staff, held two plenary sessions, and adopted five new recom


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Current Interns

Our current summer semester interns are:

  • Christopher Arakaky, a rising 3L from University of Virginia School of Law.
  • Jake Christensen, a rising 2L from American University Washington College of Law.
  • Mark Jia, a rising 2L from Harvard Law School.
  • James Mackey, a rising 2L from American University Washington College of Law.
  • Tony Sterling, a rising 2L from Georgetown University Law Center.
  • Joseph Zimmerl, a rising 3L from Georgetown University Law Center.