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Admin Law (LAW-601-002)
Please note that I will likely have to take a trip to China in the last week of November. If that turns out to be the case, my plan is to make up those two last classes up at a time that works best for the class—hopefully by starting 6 classes approximately about 30 minutes early, if that is not possible, maybe by scheduling two Friday classes at the most convenient time). I will provide a revised syllabus if this becomes necessary. This also means that we have to have class on Thanksgiving eve. If so, I will tape the class. Sorry for the inconvenience, but please take this into consideration in registering for this class.
Administrative Law is the body of law governing relations between private citizens and the government. This course will cover four main topics: (1) the constitutional foundations of administrative power; (2) administrative adjudication, (3) rulemaking and regulation, and (4) judicial review of agency decisionmaking.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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The textbook is Asimow and Levin, State and Federal Administrative Law (3d ed) 2009. The 2012 supplement will be posted for downloading on MyWCL. There will also be some supplementary readings on MyWCL
First Class Readings
I will post those on MyWCL as well.
The syllabus is available in the following format(s):