Admin 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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Asimow and Bonfield, State and Federal Administrative Law, (4th ed. 2014), plus 2016 Supplement--posted on my WCL. Also other supplemental readings to be posted on MyWCL
First Class Readings
Will be posted on MyWCL in case students experience a delay in acquiring the casebook.
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