Volume 54, Number 1

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SPECIAL FEATURE

A Blackletter Statement of Federal Administrative Law


ARTICLES

The Benefits and Costs of Online Privacy Legislation
Robert W. Hahn & Anne Layne-Farrar

The Emperor Has No Clothes: Christensen, Mead and Dual Deference Standards
Russell L. Weaver

Breaking Bureaucratic Borders: A Necessary Step Toward Immigration Law Reform
Lenni B. Benson


RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
REREGULATION OF ENERGY: LESSONS FROM THE WEST

Electric Deregulation After California: Down But Not Out
The Honorable Richard D. Cudahy

Electric Power Regulation: Making Partially-Deregulated Markets Work
Robert R. Nordhaus

How Will the California Debacle Affect Energy Deregulation?
Richard J. Pierce, Jr.


GLOBAL ADMINISTRATIVE LAW SYMPOSIUM

Introduction: Globalization of Administrative and Regulatory Practice
Charles H. Koch, Jr.

The Emerging Field of International Administrative Law: Its Content and Potential
Eleanor D. Kinney

International Trade Agreements, Regulatory Protection, and Public Accountability
Sidney A. Shapiro

Strengthening Access to Information and Public Participation in Transition Countries—Latvia as a Case Study in Administrative Law Reform
Malcolm Russell-Einhorn, Jeffrey Lubbers & Vedat Milor

Judicial Review and Global Federalism
Charles H. Koch, Jr.


NOTES & COMMENTS

Back to the (Single Stock) Future: The New Regulatory Framework Governing Single-Stock Futures Trading
Sanford A. Fine