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Prof. Scales on SIGTARP

June 22, 2011 Leave a comment

Adam ScalesProfessor Adam F. Scales, Associate Professor of Law, recently published his article, SIGTARP: A Problem in Name Only, 68 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 457 (2011), in the Washington & Lee Law Review.

The short article is a review and discussion of Aaron Sims’s articleSIGTARP and the Executive-Legislative Clash: Confronting a Bowsher Issue with an Eye Toward Preserving the Separation of Powers During Future Crisis Legislation, 68 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 375 (2011). Prof. Scales addresses Sims’s constitutional concern that Congress, acting through the SIGTARP, will obtrude into a function explicitly assigned to the President.

Congratulations again to Aaron Sims and to Professor Scales.