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Monday, February 23, 2009

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Presidential Transitions

The Northwestern Law Review Colloquy has seized the moment and published several interesting new pieces on the underexplored topic of law and presidential transitions.  They're all worth looking at.  Aside from my own modest contribution on honor and the presidential oath, the Colloquy has recently published an excellent piece by Jack Beermann of BU, who has written some terrific work in this area, called Combating Midnight Regulation.   Today, it published its newest contribution to this online symposium, a piece by my friend David Fontana, a superb constitutional comparativist, called The Permanent and Presidential Transition Models of Political Party Policy Leadership.  More is on its way!  They are all available here

Posted by Paul Horwitz on February 23, 2009 at 04:37 PM in Paul Horwitz | Permalink


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