The below information is TENTATIVE and subject to change.

Spring 2018 Course Schedule

Contemporary Problems in Administrative Law (LAW-700C-001)
Jeffrey Lubbers

Meets: 04:00 PM - 05:50 PM (Tu) - Room NT02

Enrolled: 15 / Limit: 22

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Notices

Assessment: Writing Assignments,Oral Presentations,Class Participation

Description

This 2-credit Seminar will survey 12 important and timely issues of administrative law—regulation, adjudication, judicial review and openness + some Trump effects. To aid the class discussion of these topics, pairs of students will be assigned a leadership role in class discussions of each of those topics in a point-counterpoint format. Students will provide a 2-4 page double-spaced paper giving their views on the topic by Saturday noon the following week. These papers and class participation will form the basis for the grade in this class. On April 10, our last class, you will be done--no exam, no long paper.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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There is no assigned casebook for this course. A set of readings complied for this course will be available on MyWCL. I will also be placing on library reserve my Guide to Federal Agency Rulemaking (5th ed. 2012), which can be used as a reference throughout the course. Supplementary materials may be distributed or put on MyWCL during the semester.

First Class Readings

Not available at this time.

Syllabus

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