Faculty Bibliography

Christopher J. Walker



  • Administrative Common Law Toolbox for Enhancing Court-Agency Dialogue, ( 2013).

    Links: SSRN

  • Dodd-Frank Regulators, Cost-Benefit Analysis, and Agency Capture (with Paul Rose), 66 Stan. L. Rev. Online 9 ( 2013).

    Links: Find a Print Copy | TWEN (via Westlaw) | SSRN

  • How to Win the Deference Lottery, 91 Tex. L. Rev. See Also 73 ( 2013).

    Links: TWEN (via Westlaw) | SSRN

  • Avoiding Normative Canons in Review of Administrative Interpretations of Law: A Brand X Doctrine of Constitutional Advoidance, 64 Admin. L.Rev. 139 (Winter 2012).

    Links: Find a Print Copy | LexisNexis | TWEN (via Westlaw) | SSRN

Book Chapters

  • The Insider's Guide to the Supreme Court of the United States, Appellate Practice Compendium (Dana Livingston & ABA eds.) ( 2012).

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  • Chevron at Thirty: Looking Back and Looking Forward, Fordham's Law Review Symposium "Chevron at 30: Looking Back and Looking Forward" (7th March 2014).
  • Interpretation in the Regulatory State: An Empirical Study of Agency Rule Drafting, Faculty Workshop At University of Dayton Law School (26th March 2014).
  • The Adninistrative State: Its Foundations and Modern Forms, Liberty Fund Colloquium (San Antonio Texas Februar 2014).
  • The Future of Agency Deference after "City of Arlington v. FCC", The Federalist Society 16th Annual Faculty Conference in New York City ( 2014).
  • "The Administrative Common Law Toolbox For Enhancing Dialogue Between Courts And Agencies", ABA Administrative Law Conference Washington D.C. (November 7, 2013 2013).