This workshop will engage legal scholarship in the areas of administrative law, constitutional law, and public law generally, focusing this year on executive power, the administrative state, and regulation in a time of radical doctrinal flux. Most class sessions will feature a visiting scholar presenting a work-in-progress. For the remaining class sessions, participants will read cases, scholarship, and other materials addressing the subject matter and discuss the materials in a standard seminar format. Students will be expected to write eight reflection papers (3-4 pages each) over the course of the semester and to participate actively in discussion each week. Sessions with speakers are open to the academic community at large.