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From Prohibition to Flying Cars: The History & Future of Regulation

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Cloyd Heck Marvin Center

800 21st Street Northwest

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Washington, DC 20052

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From Prohibition to Flying Cars: The History & Future of Regulation.

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The GW Regulatory Studies Center is celebrating 10 years of improving regulatory policy through research, education, and outreach! Join us as we commemorate our anniversary with a half-day conference examining regulatory policy lessons from the last century, and exploring the regulatory challenges and opportunities the future may hold.

Expert panelists will distill the major moments of the past century, how regulatory practices and policies have evolved, the changing roles of the different branches of government, and the key milestones that define administrative law and the regulatory landscape today. With this background, we will launch ourselves forward to explore new regulatory challenges and the policies and institutions that can maximize well-being for a healthy and prosperous future.

We will be providing a light breakfast and a lunch, so RSVP to save your seat at the table! We look forward to celebrating with you.

Speakers and panelists will include:

Senator Tom Carper (D-DE) and Senator James Lankford (R-OK)

Sarah A. Binder - Professor of Political Science, GWU

Remington A. Gregg - Counsel for Civil Justice & Consumer Rights, Public Citizen

Sally Katzen - Professor of Practice and Distinguished Scholar in Residence, NYU Law

Shawne McGibbon - General Counsel, ACUS

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. - Lyle T. Alverson Professor of Law, GWU

Andrew W. Torrance - Paul E. Wilson Distinguished Professor of Law, Kansas

Bridget C.E. Dooling - Research Professor, GWU

Susan E. Dudley - Distinguished Professor of Practice, GWU

Jerry Ellig - Research Professor, GWU

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Cloyd Heck Marvin Center

800 21st Street Northwest

3rd Floor

Washington, DC 20052

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