Fall 2019 Course Schedule

Administrative Law (LAW-601-001)
Jeffrey Lubbers

Meets: 01:00 PM - 02:20 PM (MW) - Yuma - Room Y400

Enrolled: 44 / Limit: 80

Administrator Access


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A study of the structure, powers, and processes of administrative agencies that are the source of much of our nation's law. Topics include the delegation of power to agencies, the constitutional right to a hearing, agency procedures of adjudication and rulemaking, judicial review of agencies, and how the Trump Administration is attempting to change the so-called Administrative State.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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Michael Asimow & Ronald Levin, State and Federal Administrative Law (4th ed.) (West 2014). I have also downloaded the authors’ 2019 supplement and posted it on MyWCL, along with my own supplemental collection of readings.

First Class Readings

I have posted the first two call readings in case you have a delay in obtaining the text.


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