Administrative Law (LAW-601-001)
Welcome to Administrative Law 2020 (Zoom edition). We will be following the usual syllabus with student team problems in most classes. We will be using MyWCL. I look forward to meeting everyone on August 24, and communicating before that.
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 rule making, information law debates, judicial review of agencies, and administrative reform.
Textbooks and Other Materials
The textbook information on this page was provided by the instructor. Students should use this information when considering purchases from the AU Campus Store or other vendors. Students may check to determine if books are currently available for purchase online.
The required textbook for this course is Michael Asimow & Ronald Levin, "State and Federal Administrative Law." A new 5th edition was just published in June 2020. For this course I am also allowing the 4th edition (2014) to be used, along with the free 2019 supplement which is posted on MyWCL. On my syllabus, page numbers for both editions are provided—with pages for the new edition indicated as [XXX].
First Class Readings
Will be posted on MyWCL.
Use your MyAU username and password to access the syllabus in the following format(s):