The OAL Petition Process

Today’s post is a continuation of my series on how to be a more effective regulatory agency advocate. Today’s podcast focuses on the OAL petition process. In other words, how lawmakers and the public can petition to repeal or change regulations.

Although the process is formal in nature, it

Types of State Agencies

Today I will be continuing my series of podcasts on how to be a more effective state regulatory agency advocate. In my first post, I gave a brief overview of Regulatory Advocacy. Today, I’ll look at the types of rule-making bodies in California state government.

You might remember

Overview of Regulatory Advocacy

In today’s post, I will begin a series of podcasts about how to be a more effective state regulatory agency advocate. Today’s podcast will be an overview of state regulatory agency advocacy efforts.

The first questions one might have about regulatory agency advocacy are: “What is it?” and “Is

Advocacy in Practice with Judge Morrison England Jr.

I sat down with Judge Morrison England Jr., of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California.

We discussed his “non-traditional” path to the bench – you will have to listen to the podcast to for more information about

By: Adrienne Brungess

Credibility and Ethos in Persuasion

In this In Practice podcast, I talk about ways advocates can bolster the ethos of their arguments, that is, strengthen their credibility with the audience and the judge, as well as some pitfalls to avoid that can undermine an advocate’s credibility. In short,