February 12, 2009


Professor Staszewski Participates in Thrower Symposium at Emory University School of Law

East Lansing, MI — Michigan State University College of Law Professor Glen Staszewski is participating in the 28th Annual Randolph W. Thrower Symposium titled "Executive Power: New Directions for the New Presidency?" at Emory University School of Law today.

Professor Staszewski is presenting on his project "The Federal Inaction Commission" on the panel "Institutional Design and the Internal Separation of Powers." He is currently working on several projects that examine the nature of statutory interpretation by administrative agencies and recently organized and contributed to a major symposium on this topic, which is forthcoming in the Michigan State Law Review.

At MSU Law, Professor Staszewski teaches Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, and Legislation. His articles about statutory interpretation, democratic accountability, and direct democracy have appeared or are forthcoming in the Indiana Law Journal, Minnesota Law Review, Vanderbilt Law Review, and Wisconsin Law Review. For more information on his research, visit his profile.

MSU College of Law was in founded in 1891 as the Detroit College of Law and was devoted exclusively to professional education in law. The Law College is one of only a few private law schools to be affiliated with a research university, enabling it to provide a comprehensive interdisciplinary legal education program. Classes offered in its state-of-the-art facilities provide students the benefits of a Big Ten campus while maintaining a small school culture. For more information about the Law College, visit


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