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Administrative Law

Professor Mendelson's section:

This course includes a thorough examination of the legal framework--constitutional, statutory, and common law--that empowers and constrains a wide range of federal administrative agencies. We will also look at the ways agencies themselves make law through rulemaking and adjudicate cases, and cover a range of other topics, including agency due process, adjudication in agencies, limitations on judicial review, standing, and finality. We will also engage issues of current concern, including presidential control of agencies and so-called e-government. This course is for students who have not taken Law 569, Legislation and Regulation.

Professor Bagley's section:

Restricted to students who have already taken Legislation and Regulation, this course undertakes a thorough examination of the legal framework--constitutional, statutory, and common law--that empowers and constrains a wide range of federal administrative agencies. We will also look at the ways agencies themselves make law through rulemaking and adjudicate cases. The course will cover, among other things, administrative due process, Article I courts, agency preemption, preclusion of review, standing, finality, exhaustion, and ripeness.
 
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