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Sidney Shapiro

University Distinguished Chair in Law

Phone: 336.758.7320
Email: shapirsa@wfu.edu
Location: Worrell 3325

Paper Presentations

  • American Bar Association, Regulatory Metrics, Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section, October, 2008, Washington, D.C.
  • Duke University, The Bush Administration and Science: Lessons Learned, October, 2008, Durham, N.C.
  • American Bar Association, Regulatory Impact Assessment in the United States and in the European Union, International Law Section, September, 2008, Brussels, Belgium.
  • University of Montpellier, Eight Things Americans Can’t Figure Out About Controlling Administrative Power, Comparative Administrative Law Conference, May, 2008, Montpellier, France (with Richard Murphey).
  • Padua University, George Bush and the Politicization of American Administrative Law, June, 2008, Padua, Italy.
  • American Bar Association, An Alternative to Cost-Benefit Analysis, Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section, July, 2007, San Francisco, California.
  • Lewis & Clark University, OMB and the Politicization of Science, April, 2007, Portland, Oregon.
  • American Bar Association, Federal Preemption of State Tort Remedies, Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section, February 2007, Miami, Florida.
  • American University, Judicial Review of Information Quality Act, May, 2006, Washington, D.C.
  • American Bar Association, Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section, OMB’s Risk Assessment Guidelines, April, 2006, Hamilton, Bermuda.
  • Boston University Law School, Owning Standards: Private Standards, Government Regulation, and the New Governance, Boston, Massachusetts, March, 2006.
  • American Bar Association, Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice Section, OMB’s Guidelines for Peer Review, February, 2005, Washington, D.C.
  • North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, The Last Progressive Force in America, Ashville, N.C., October, 2005.
  • National Academy of Sciences, Integration of Peer Review Mechanisms with the Requirements of the Federal Advisory Committee Act and the Administrative Procedure Act, Washington, D.C., November, 2004.
  • Institute Of Law and Economic Policy, Outsourcing Regulation, San Diego, California, April 2003.
  • William and Mary School of Law, Data Quality and Environmental Protection: The Perils of Regulatory Reform By Appropriations Rider, Williamsburg, Virginia, April 2003.
  • Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section, Rulemaking and the Data Quality Act, Washington, D.C., October 2002.
  • University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland, Trade Agreements, International Regulatory Standards, and Public Accountability, April 2002.
  • University of Arkansas School of Law, Developing A Scholarly Persona: An Institutional Perspective, Fayetteville, Arkansas, April, 2002.
  • Society for Risk Analysis, Harmonization of Risk Regulation: Decision Pathways and Public Accountability, Seattle, Washington, December 2002.
  • Hall Center for the Humanities, Faculty Seminar, University of Kansas, International Regulatory Standards, and Public Accountability, November 2001.
  • Discussion Club, University of Kansas, International Regulatory Standards, and Public Accountability, November 2001.
  • Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section, American Bar Association, Global Regulatory Standards: Decision Pathways and Public Accountability, Sanibel Island, Florida, April, 2001.
  • U.S./European Biotechnology Initiative Workshop, Regulation and Political Culture, Florence, Italy, Dec. 2000.
  • Annual Meeting of the OSHA Committee of the Labor Law Section of the American Bar Association, Judicial Review Issues, Laguna Beach, California, March 2000.
  • Annual Meeting of the Western Economics Association, Regulatory Risks, Goals and Instruments, San Diego, California, July, 1999., Miami, Florida, February, 1999.
  • Annual Meeting of the OSHA Committee of the Labor Law Section of the American Bar Association, Judicial Review Issues of Regulatory Compliance.
  • Semi-Annual Meeting of the Risk Analysis and Policy Association (RAPA), Pending Legislation to Establish Risk Review Procedures: Introduction, Washington, D.C., March, 1999.
  • Fourth Annual Conference: Managing Ergonomics in the 1990s, Administrative Procedure and Risk Regulation: Should There Be Peer Review?, Cincinnati, Ohio, June, 1997.
  • American Bar Association, Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice, Priority Setting and the Review of Existing Rules, Washington, D.C., Oct., 1995.
  • National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine Blood Safety Forum, The Reform of Regulation, Washington, D.C., Jan. 1995.
  • Franklin Pierce School of Law, The Resolution of Technological Controversies In Regulatory Agencies, Oct. 1994.
  • Southeastern Association of Law Schools, The McCrate Report and Law School Clinics, Charleston, S.C., July, 1994.
  • National Hearing Conservation Association, Does Noise Regulation Have A Future?, Feb. 1994, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • New Challenges in Occupational Health, Conference Summary, March 1993, Houston, Texas.
  • Labor and Employment Law Committee, Administrative Law Section, American Bar Association, Generic Rulemaking and the Occupational Safety and Health Act, Boston, Massachusetts, Feb.1993.
  • Acoustical Society of America, Noise Regulation in the United States, St. Lake City, Utah, May1992.
  • Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, Comments: Ossification of the Rulemaking Process, Dallas, Texas, February, 1992.
  • Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Luncheon Speaker Series, Presidential Oversight of Agency Rulemaking, Washington, D.C., May 1991.
  • Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, American Bar Association, Benefit-Cost Analysis, Phoenix, Arizona, May 1991.
  • Department of Occupational Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine, OSHA Regulation of Toxic Chemicals, Raleigh, N.C., Dec. 1990.
  • American Society Safety Engineers, The Future of OSHA, Kansas City Chapter, Kansas City, Missouri, Oct. 1988.
  • Conference on OSHA Reform, General Accounting Office, Legislative Reform of OSHA, Washington, D.C., Sept 1988.
  • American Industrial Hygienists Association, Heart of America What Is Wrong With OSHA, Chapter, Kansas City, Missouri, Sept. 1988.
  • Administrative Law Section, American Bar Association, Reforming Rulemaking At OSHA, Clearwater, Florida, 1988.
  • Occupational Safety and Health Law Subcommittee, Labor Law Section, American Bar Association, Is Legislative Reform Necessary For OSHA?, St. Thomas, V.I., April 1988.
  • Administrative Law Section, American Bar Association, The Prospects of Internal Reform At OSHA, San Diego, California, February 1988.
  • Kansas Trial Lawyers, Update On Constitutional Issues: H.B. 2661 and S.B. 110, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, June 1986.
  • 36th Annual Government\'s Industrial Safety and Health Conference, Federal Worker and Community Right To Know Statutes, Topeka, Kansas, November 1985.
  • Exxon Colloquium on the Foundations of American Business, Capitalism and Community Values: The Role of the Consumer Movement, Lawrence, Kansas, September, 1985.
  • American Industrial Hygiene Conference, The Constitutionality of Required Disclosure of Trade Secrets, Las Vegas, Nevada, May, 1985.