Michael Sant’Ambrogio is a professor of law and associate dean for research at Michigan State University College of Law. He teaches and writes in administrative law, civil procedure, federal courts, and constitutional law. His recent scholarship has been published in the Boston University Law Review, Columbia Law Review, Georgetown Law Journal, George Washington Law Review, Vanderbilt Law Review, William & Mary Law Review, and Yale Law Journal. His article, "The Agency Class Action," was selected for the Harvard-Stanford-Yale Junior Faculty Forum.
Professor Sant’Ambrogio also has served as a consultant to the Administrative Conference of the United States on projects studying aggregate agency adjudication and public engagement with federal agency rulemaking. In 2016, the Administrative Conference adopted his recommendations based on the findings described in his Yale Law Journal article, "Inside the Agency Class Action." In 2018, the Administrative Conference adopted his recommendations on enhancing public engagement with federal agency agenda setting and rule development.
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