This Administrative Law course has a core that is a traditional course infederal administrative procedure, around which is wrapped a course in theadministrative history of the United States, and which focuses partly oncontemporary challenges of governance being created by ?collaborativegovernance? and the demand for government information transparency (akaGovernment 2.0). The course will appeal most to students who have anactive interest in public policy and an interest in engaging on matters ofcurrent concern.Professor Payton
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