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Mozart and the Red Queen: The Problem of Regulatory Accretion in the Administrative State
(Georgetown Law Journal, 2003)
Since the New Deal, and even before, regulatory law has grown relentlessly ever more massive, detailed, and encompassing. The sentiment, "there's too much law", surely rings true on a daily basis to both practitioners and ...
Ecosystem Services and the Clean Water Act: Strategies for Fitting New Science into Old Law
(Environmental Law, 2010)
This Article explores the administrative reform potential that exists for integrating new knowledge about ecosystem services into Clean Water Act (CWA) regulatory programs as an example for all environmental laws. Part II ...