"Administrative Law: Agency Action in Legal Context" (with Robert L. Glicksman) (2010 & 2d ed. 2014, Foundation Press); “Statutory Analysis in the Regulatory State” (2014, Foundation Press) (with Robert L. Glicksman); "The Power to Legislate: A Reference Guide to the U.S. Constitution" (Praeger/Greenwood Press, 2006); "Agency-Specific Precedents, 89 Texas Law Review 499 (2011) (with Robert L. Glicksman); "A Collective Action Perspective on Ceiling Preemption by Federal Environmental Regulation: The Case of Global Climate Change," 102 Northwestern Law Review 579 (2008) (with Robert L. Glicksman); "Government Benefits and the Rule of Law: Toward a Standards-Based Theory of Judicial Review," 58 Administrative Law Review 499 (2006) (with Sidney A. Shapiro); "Government Benefits and the Rule of Law: Toward a Standards-Based Theory of Due Process," 57 Administrative Law Review 107 (2005) (with Sidney A. Shapiro).
Governmental institutions, federalism, legislation, the legislative process, judicial review of administrative agencies, comparative constitutional law and legal systems.
J.D., University of Chicago, 1984, University of Chicago Law Review; M.A., B.A., Kansas, 1980, 1978.
Clerk, Judge Richard Posner, U.S. Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit, 1984-85; Associate Professor, Kansas 1985-90; Professor, 1990-present; J.B. Smith Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law, 2007-present.
Order of the Coif; Consultant, Federal Courts Study Commission, 1989; Juvenile Justice Reform Advisory Committee, Kansas Judicial Council; Administrative Procedure Advisory Committee, Kansas Judicial Council.