Changes to the Regulatory State — a symposium at NYU School of Law

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On March 12, 2010, the NYU Environmental Law Journal, NYU Environmental Law Society and Institute for Policy Integrity hosted a day-long symposium on regulatory review and environmental regulation under the Obama Administration. The Administration is in the midst of the most significant regulatory reforms in nearly two decades, with pending revisions to the Executive Order that governs the regulatory review process and the relationship between agencies and the White House. At the same time, it is also pursuing significant new regulations on a variety of environmental issues, including the nations first binding limits on greenhouse gas emissions. The symposium will feature the perspectives of leading academics, regulators, and environmental practitioners on these recent and future changes, with a keynote address by Lisa Heinzerling, EPAs Associate Administrator for the Office of Policy, Economics, and Innovation (OPEI) and the author of several prominent books and articles on environmental and administrative law.

The video includes:

Introductory Remarks
Richard L. Revesz, Dean, Lawrence King Professor of Law, New York University School of Law

Keynote Address:
Lisa Heinzerling, Associate Administrator, Environmental
Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Economics, and Innovation

Panel One: Legal and Philosophical Underpinnings of Cost-Benefit Analysis as a Tool for Regulatory Review
Moderated by Michael Livermore, Executive Director, Institute for Policy Integrity
Sidney Shapiro, University Distinguished Chair in Law, Wake
Forest University School of Law
Matthew Adler, Leon Meltzer Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Robert Brent, Professor of Economics, Fordham University Economics Department

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