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The Duke Law Journal is a student-edited publication of the Duke Law School, committed to publishing legal writing of superior quality. Started in 1951 as the Duke Bar Journal, DLJ publishes eight issues each year. Since 1969, it has published an annual Administrative Law Symposium issue.

The journal also publishes an online supplement called Duke Law Journal Online that publishes short, lightly-edited responses to the Journal’s published pieces as well as other timely commentary at the same high level of quality as the print edition.

ISSN 0012-7086 (Print)
ISSN 1939-9111 (Online)


Volume 68, Number 8 (May 2019)
Forty-Ninth Annual Administrative Law Symposium: Deregulatory Games

Articles

 
 

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The Administrative Law of Regulatory Slop and Strategy

Robert L. Glicksman and Emily Hammond

1651

 

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Deregulation Using Stealth “Science” Strategies

Thomas O. McGarity and Wendy E. Wagner

1719

 
 

Essay

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Sludge and Ordeals

Cass R. Sunstein

1843

 

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