Law 615: Administrative Law
This course is an introduction to the law of the administrative state—to the statutory and judge-made rules governing what agencies do, the procedures they must follow, and how they can be held to account. Topics include mechanisms for control of agencies by the legislative and executive branches; the constitutional basis for, and limits on, governance by agencies; the availability and effects of judicial review over agency action; and the features of agency rulemaking and adjudication.
Sequence and Prerequisites: None
Evaluation: Papers/Project/Take Home Examination
Categories: Government, Administrative, and Constitutional / Upper-Level