Event 15 Apr. 2024

Charlie Howland Serves as Justice in Moot Court Competition

Curtis Environmental chair Charlie Howland served as a justice in the final round of 13th Annual Widener University Delaware Law School’s Distinguished Jurist Moot Court Competition. This year’s competition was based on the Loper Bright Enterprises, Inc. v. Raimondo case now pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, in which the Chevron v. N.R.D.C. doctrine (which provides that courts should give deference to administrative agencies’ rulemaking where statutory ambiguity exists) is being revisited. The students on both sides of the issues presented excellent arguments and lawyering skills addressing the continued viability of one of the most cited cases in U.S. administrative law.

Howland Del Law School Moot court

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