Reeve T. Bull is the Research Chief of the Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS). Bull has worked on projects related to international regulatory cooperation, the use of science by administrative agencies, presidential review of agency rulemaking, cost-benefit analysis, government contractor ethics, and e-rulemaking, amongst other things. He was the In-House Researcher for the Federal Advisory Committee Act and Government in the Sunshine Act projects, and his reports served as the basis for ACUS Recommendations 2011-7 and 2014-2, respectively. He is the Co-Chair of the ABA Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section's E-Rulemaking Committee. Mr. Bull has also served as an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University Law School, teaching a course on Legislation and Statutory Interpretation. Bull previously worked in the private sector as an associate with the law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP and in government service as a law clerk to the Honorable Alvin A. Schall of the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. During his time as an associate with Gibson Dunn, Mr. Bull worked on a variety of litigation and regulatory matters. He participated in cases appearing before the United States Supreme Court, several federal Courts of Appeals, and numerous federal district courts and state trial courts. His experience spanned a variety of practice areas, including administrative, constitutional, intellectual property, antitrust, environmental, securities, and white collar criminal law.