Administrative Law (LAW-601-002)
Assessment: In-class open book exam.
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
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Popper, McKee, etc., Administrative Law: A Contemporary Approach
West Academic (3rd Ed. 2016)
First Class Readings
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