D.C. Circuit Quotes Professor Mead’s Article

The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit wrestled with the question of which court has jurisdiction to review a federal agency decision, and found guidance in a law review article recently published by Joseph Mead, Assistant Professor.  In its opinion, available at https://www.cadc.uscourts.gov/internet/opinions.nsf/279C5D8F82CF8ECC85257F7A004E02EC/$file/14-1240-1604600.pdf, the D.C. Circuit quoted from the article “Choosing a Court to Review the Executive,” which examines the complicated jurisdictional maze for challenges against federal agency decision.  The article was co-authored with Nicholas Fromherz and published last year in the Administrative Law Review.  The article has also been cited in the Yale Law Journal and the NYU Law Review.

2 thoughts on “D.C. Circuit Quotes Professor Mead’s Article

  1. Holy cow, Joe, congratulations!

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  2. That’s fantastic! Congrats Joe!

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