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Professor Kristin Hickman was quoted in Washington Monthly about the Supreme Court’s Reconsideration of the Chevron Deference, a 40-year-old precedent that grants federal agencies significant…

Professor Kristin Hickman was quoted in Yahoo News about Donald Trump’s possible attempt to control independent federal agencies and other regulatory bodies in a potential second term. The article said…

Prof. Kristin Hickman was quoted by Roll Call regarding the difficulties that the U.S. Supreme Court faces as it decides whether to modify or overrule the Chevron deference doctrine in Loper Bright…

Professor Kristin Hickman was quoted in the Washington Post about a case being heard this week by the U.S. Supreme Court and how “Chevron Deference” may have implications. For 40 years, courts have…

Chevron v. NRDC (1984) and subsequent precedents held that courts should defer to agency interpretations of ambiguous statutes. This “Chevron Deference” has been a topic…

Professor Kristin Hickman was interviewed on the Between the Lines Podcast from the Federal News Network about two cases pending before the Supreme Court that offer it the opportunity to reverse or reform the…

Professor Kristin Hickman was interviewed on the Bracewell Environmental Law Monitor podcast about the history and influence of Chevron deference. As the U.S. Supreme Court will reconsider Loper Bright…

Professor Kristin Hickman was appointed as a Senior Fellow by the Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS), to serve a two-year term. The Administrative Conference of the United States is an…

Prof. Kristin Hickman published a Bloomberg op-ed, Exempting Tax Rules from White House Review Is a Step Backwards, in which she criticized a recent agreement between the Treasury Department and Office of…

Professor Kristin Hickman was quoted in E&E News-EnergyWire in an article covering an upcoming SCOTUS case where new guardrails may be placed on Chevron deference. Reflecting on the potential…

Professor Kristin Hickman participated in a webinar organized by the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies discussing several recent cases in the federal courts addressing questions of Internal…

Professor Kristin Hickman's participation in a webinar regarding recent tax cases was highlighted in an article by Tax Notes, "Academic: Recent IRS Losses Show Courts Holding IRS Accountable," reporting…