Pooling Powers

By:  Daphna Renan


By “pooling” legal and other resources allocated to different agencies, the executive creates joint structures capable of ends that no single agency could otherwise achieve. Pooling destabilizes core conceptions of administrative law. According to one influential account, for ...READ MORE

From Contract to Status: Collaboration and the Evolution of Novel Family Relationships

By:  Elizabeth S. Scott & Robert E. Scott


The past decade has witnessed dramatic changes in public attitudes about and legal status for same-sex couples who wish to marry. These changes demonstrate that the legal conception of the family is no longer ...READ MORE