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Contemporary Topics in Administrative Law (LAW-700C-001)
Pre-req: Admin Law (LAW-601) or permission
This Seminar will survey 12 important and timely "hot topics" issues of administrative law—concerning regulation, adjudication, judicial review and openness. To aid the class discussion of these topics, pairs of students will be assigned a leadership role in class discussions of each of those topics in a point-counterpoint format. Other students will provide a 1-2 page paper giving their views on the topic by Saturday noon the following week. These papers and class participation will form the basis for the grade in this class.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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No Textbook. All Readings will be posted on (or linked to) MyWCL.
First Class Readings
Part I of Lubbers, Guide to Federal Agency Rulemaking (5th. ed) and first part of Sargentich, Administative Law Antholgy. Both are posted on MyWCL.
The syllabus is available in the following format(s):