Law's abnegation : from law's empire to the administrative state /
"Ronald Dworkin once imagined law as an empire and judges as its princes. But over time, the arc of law has bent steadily toward deference to the administrative state. Adrian Vermeule argues that law has freely abandoned its imperial pretensions, and has done so for internal legal reasons. In a...
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Harvard University Press,
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- Introduction : the abnegation of law's empire
- The legality of administrative law
- Separation of powers without idolatry
- Deference and due process
- Rationally arbitrary decisions
- Thin rationality review : Appendix 190
- How law empowers nonlawyers
- Conclusion : law on the margin