LAW 2708 - Researching Administrative Law
This course explores federal, state and local sources of administrative law and provides students the opportunity to research regulations, agency decisions, and other administrative legal resources, using a variety of print and online sources. The goal of the course is to give students a practical understanding of where administrative authority and law originates and how to find it in its various forms, including: enabling statutes, agency regulations, decisions, opinions and policy, and executive orders. Further, attention will be paid to the process of creating and tracking proposed regulations in a variety of different regulated areas. Emphasis will be placed on using free, authentic resources to conduct much of this research, but attention to premium online resources will also be included.
Prerequisites & Notes
Pre-Req or Co-Req: Administrative Law
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