The Regulatory Review, October 26, Racism, Regulation, and the Administrative State
The Regulatory Review has developed a webinar series which includes contributions from Anneliese Lederer Director, Fair Lending and Consumer Protection for NCRC, to examine the racism that exists in the legal profession, regulatory practices and all other aspects.
In an effort to continue conversations about racial justice and inequality, The Regulatory Review developed this series to examine institutionalized and systemic racism within the modern administrative state. We hope this series creates a forum in which scholars can call attention to the racism that remains embedded within the legal profession and realms of regulatory practice, generating potentially far-ranging implications for daily life.
This series builds on The Regulatory Review’s longstanding commitment to examining the most vital issues of regulatory law and policy and making issues related to regulation and administrative law more accessible to all. We encourage additional contributions examining racism and discrimination in regulation and administrative institutions of government, and we are committed to publishing scholarship that engages with and sustains national conversations about how racism manifests in administrative law and regulatory policy.