223 sec. 2 - Administrative Law (Fall 2014)
"The Law of Policymaking"
Instructor: Christopher Edley, Jr. (view instructor's profile)
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Meeting Time: MTu 3:35-5:25
Meeting Location: 105
Course Start: August 25, 2014
Class Number (formerly Course Control Number) (Non-1Ls): 49583
This is the basic body of statutes and doctrine intended to impose the Rule of Law on the ubiquitous public agencies that, while neither legislatures nor courts, behave somewhat like them. These agencies have authority delegated by Congress (or state legislature) to issue law-like regulations, to adjudicate claims and disputes, or both. This field can also be characterized as the law at the intersection of politics, policymaking, fairness and evidence. A major theme is control of federal agency decision making by judges, the White House, and Congress. We will consider literally dozens of policy areas, reflecting the range of governmental action found in any daily national newspaper. This section of Administrative Law differs from others only in emphases.
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Required Books are in blue
- Administrative Law & Regulatory Policy
Breyer, et al.
Edition: 7th / 2011
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
Copyright Date: To Be Determined
Price Source: bookstore