February 15, 2024

12:00 pm - 1:15 pm, Pacific Time

Chevron Defense on Trial: How the Supreme Court Could Reshape Administrative Law This Term

Thomas & Mack Moot Court Room (UNLV)

The Boyd Federalist Society, American Constitution Society, Immigrant Rights Coalition, and the Environmental Law Society will be collaborating to host a panel on "Chevron Defense on Trial: How the Supreme Court Could Reshape Administrative Law This Term." This will be an insightful panel discussion exploring the significant case of Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo and its potential implications on the established Chevron Defense.

Professor Christopher J. Walker is renowned for his expertise in administrative law. Professor Walker will delve into the ramifications of the case on administrative law as a whole. He will shed light on how overturning or modifying the Chevron Defense might reshape the relationship between agencies and the courts and what this means for the future of administrative decisions.

Professor Michael Kagan is a leading voice in immigration law. Professor Kagan will discuss the potential ripple effects of Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo on immigration statutes and practices. Attendees will gain a clearer understanding of how changes in administrative deference could impact immigration policies, rulings, and interpretations.

Professor David Sandino will bring into focus the potential impact on environmental law. Professor Sandino will explore the possible consequences of the case on environmental regulations and protections. He will highlight how shifts in the Chevron Defense might influence environmental decision-making and the balance of power between agencies and the judiciary.

This discussion will illuminate the potential impact of Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo depending on the Supreme Court's decision and the ripple effect it can have on administrative law, immigration law, and environmental law.