Separation of Powers

Departmentalism: What Is the Executive Role in Interpreting the Laws? A Panel Discussion

A panel from the 2021 Federalist Society Ohio Lawyers Chapters Conference

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Earlier this month, I attended the 2021 Federalist Society Ohio Lawyers Chapters Conference in Columbus, Ohio. This was first event I had attended in person since early March 2020. I was there to speak on a panel on "Departmentalism: What Is the Executive Role in Interpreting the Laws?" with Ohio Attorney General David Yost and Ed Whelan of the Ethics and Public Policy Center. The Honorable Chad Readler of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit moderated.

Video of our panel is now online and posted below.

There was lots more of interest at the conference, including a panel on interpreting state constitutions, a panel of Ohio's newest federal court judges and a keynote address by Judge Janice Rogers Brown. Video of these portions of the program (and more) are also now posted on the Federalist Society website.