LAW 1760 - Introduction to Administrative Law
This intensive course introduces students to the basic concepts of administrative law that every lawyer should know. The course takes a problem-oriented approach based on actual cases, and uses these problems to introduce students to the structure of state and federal administrative institutions; the sources of law for administrative agencies (constitutional, statutory, and regulatory sources, as well as case law); the basic procedures for administrative adjudication and rulemaking; and judicial review (including statutory interpretation). The course is taught in an intensive format (typically, over 4 or 5 weeks). Because the course focuses only on basic concepts and rules in a particular problem application, it is not designed to supply the systematic survey of topics that the regular course in Administrative Law supplies.
Prerequisites & Notes
Pre-requisites: Successful completion of all 1L first-semester courses.
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