Volume 53, Number 2

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ARTICLES

Rendering to Caesar: A Response to Professor O’Reilly
Gary E. O’Connor


RECENT DEVELOPMENTS STATE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW SYMPOSIUM

The Fourth Reform: Introduction to the Administrative Law Review Symposium on State Administrative Law
Michael Asimow

Special Problems of State Administrative Law
Hon. Edwin L. Felter, Jr.

The Central Panel Movement: A Work in Progress
Hon. John W. Hardwicke

Strengthening Professionalism within an Administrative Hearing Office: The Minnesota Experience
Hon. Bruce H. Johnson

The Model Act Creating a State Central Hearing Agency: Promises, Practical Problems, and a Proposal for Change
Christopher B. McNeil

Overcoming Parochialism: State Administrative Procedure and Institutional Design
Jim Rossi

Improving Public Trust & Confidence in Administrative Adjudication: What Administrative Law Practitioners, Judges, and Academicians Can Do
Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum


ANNUAL REGULATION OF BUSINESS FOCUS: REORGANIZATION OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

Modernizing the IRS
Charles O. Rossotti

Developments in the Reorganization of the Internal Revenue Service
Bert Concklin, Larry R. Langdon, Evelyn Petschek & John Dalrymple

Managing Information Privacy in the Information Age
Margaret Ann Irving

The IRS Reorganization: Programs and Initiatives of the New Large Case Division
Felix B. Laughlin & Mark D. Allison

IRS Modernization and Low-Income Taxpayers
Janet Spragens & Nancy Abramowitz

Reforming the Internal Revenue Service: A Comparative History
Joseph J. Thorndike


NOTES & COMMENTS

Consumer Privacy Protection: A Call for Reform in an Era of Financial Services Modernization
Kristina A.K. Hickerson