About the Editors

AuthorWilliam Funk - Jeffrey S. Lubbers
About the Editors
William Funk is the Lewis & Clark Distinguished Professor of Law at
Lewis & Clark Law School, where he teaches Administrative Law and Con-
stitutional Law. A graduate of Harvard College, 1967, and Columbia Law
School, 1973, Professor Funk clerked for Judge James Oakes of the United
States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Thereafter, he was an attor-
ney-adviser in the Office of Legal Counsel in the U.S. Department of Jus-
tice, a principal staff member of the Legislation Subcommittee of the
Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of the U.S. House of Represen-
tatives, and an Assistant General Counsel in the U.S. Department of Energy.
Professor Funk has served as chair of both the American Bar Association’s
Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice and the Administra-
tive Law Section of the Association of American Law Schools. He is cur-
rently the editor of Administrative Law Abstracts for the Social Science
Research Network.
Professor Funk is a co-author of Administrative Procedure and Practice,
published by West Group, now in its fifth edition, and of Administrative
Law: Examples and Explanations, also in its fifth edition. In addition, he has
published numerous articles on administrative law and is a frequent speaker
on administrative law topics.
Jeffrey S. Lubbers has been Professor of Practice in Administrative
Law at American University’s Washington College of Law since 2009, after
being a Fellow in Law and Government since 1996. He has also taught at the
University of Miami School of Law, Washington and Lee University School
of Law, the Georgetown University Law Center, Melbourne University,
Ritsumeikan University Law School in Japan (six summers), the University
of Ottawa, and Australian National University. He has degrees from Cornell
University and the University of Chicago Law School and is a member of the
bars of the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Prior to joining American University, he served in various positions with
the Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS), the U.S.
Government’s “permanent” advisory on procedural improvements in federal
programs, until its closure by the 104th agency Congress in 1995. From
1982 to 1995 he was ACUS’s Research Director—a position in the Senior
Executive Service. (ACUS reopened in 2010 and he was appointed a Special
Counsel.) He also served as team leader for Vice President Gore’s National

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