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Administrative Law (LAW-601-002)
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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 required casebook for this course is Michael Asimow & Ronald Levin, State and Federal Administrative Law (3rd ed.) (West 2009). I will also download the authors’ most recent supplement and put it on my WCL, along with my own supplemental collection of readings.
First Class Readings
The syllabus is available in the following format(s):