Regulatory Oversight Essentials, Part I: Finding Rules and Resources
Please join the Mercatus Center for Regulation University’s 2013 series. Hester Peirce, J.D., senior scholar the Mercatus Center, will discuss resources essential to conducting regulatory oversight.
Several key debates this year will focus on the economic impact of federal regulations. The Mercatus Center at George Mason University is pleased to offer Regulation University, a series of educational programs designed for congressional staff to provide the skills and information essential to regulatory oversight and to understand the legal and institutional framework that produces and supports federal regulation.
First of a two-part program, this presentation will address basic building blocks for conducting regulatory oversight:
• How to find and use information about a new regulatory initiative
• The stages involved in developing and finalizing a federal regulation
• Regulators’ obligations at each stage of the regulatory process
• Analysis tools that regulators should use for making decisions
View our topic guide: Effective Regulatory Oversight
Learn more about the next course in the series here.
Space is limited. Please RSVP today to reserve a seat.
For counsels working for members of Congress, the Mercatus Center will make applications to the Kentucky Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Commission and the Virginia Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board to approve this course for one (1) general CLE credit hour. More information on the status of CLE credit applications will be available at the course.
This event is free and open to all congressional, executive branch, and federal agency staff. This event is not open to the general public. Food will be provided. Due to space constraints, no interns. Questions? Please contact Erin Connolly, Events Associate, at email@example.com or (703) 993-9913.