Adv Administrative Law Seminar (LAW-700A-001)
Restriction/limitation on enrollment.
This course is part of the ABA WCL contract relationship pertaining to the Administrative Law Review (ALR). All current executive board members of the ALR must enroll in the course. By our contract, however, enrollment is limited to members of the exec board of the ALR.
U* Notice - This course as offered *may* be eligible to satisfy the Upper Level Writing Requirement. Students must have an explicit conversation with the professor no later than the end of the add/drop period, confirming that they intend to use the course assignment to fulfill the ULWR. Students must inquire and professors must agree to supervise the ULWR in writing. Students must present a written product for grading that meets both ULWR standards and the requirements of the course assignment.
**As a reminder, this course may satisfy the ULWR, OR count toward your 6 required experiential skills credits, but you may not utilize it to satisfy both requirements.
This seminar is offered each fall and is required for and expressly limited to the members of the executive board of the Administrative Law Review. The seminar is one component of a long-standing agreement between the law school and the American Bar Association by which the ABA pays a substantial portion of publication costs for production of the Administrative Law Review. The seminar covers various advanced administrative law, operational, and regulatory issues in the field. Students must submit biweekly journals addressing topics pertinent to the seminar and complete a research project based on themes developed in the semester.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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First Class Readings
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