Administrative Law

Professor(s)

Semester

2015 Spring

About This Class

Administrative law extends into nearly every aspect of modern life, guiding the regulation of labor, immigration, the environment, health and safety, national security initiatives, financial markets, taxation, and prisons. This course will provide an overview of the modern administrative system including the constitutional limitations on agency authority and organizational structure, the normative and policy implications of the design of administrative institutions and programs, the investigative, adjudicatory and rulemaking powers of administrative agencies, the relationship of administrative agencies to other branches of government, and the right and scope of judicial review of agency actions.

Class Code

ENV5105.A

Subject

Environmental Law