West Virginia v. EPA and Judicial Deference to Agencies

In West Virginia v. EPA, the Supreme Court relied on the Major Questions Doctrine to hold that Congress did not grant the EPA the authority to adopt a generation shifting approach to combat climate change.  This virtual CLE will discuss that opinion and its implications for judicial deference to agency interpretations.  It will also discuss the current doctrine in Minnesota on judicial deference to agency interpretations and conclude by addressing whether the West Virginia v. EPA case could have an impact on administrative law doctrine here.

This CLE is approved for credit through January 31, 2025.

Mehmet Konar-Steenberg | Professor of Law at Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Jason Marisam | Professor of Law at Mitchell Hamline School of Law

CLE Credits:
1.0 Standard CLE Credit approved | Event Code: 480003

MSBA Members:  $29.95
Non-MSBA Members:  $64.95



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