Public Law (Masters)
About This Class
This course will provide students an introduction to the legislative process, regulatory agencies, and agency law-making. Students will learn to navigate modern U.S. government institutions and processes, with a particular emphasis on the legislative process and the administrative state. Key topics include the structure and animating principles of the U.S. system of government, the relationship between the federal government and the States, the legislative law-making process, the nature and scope of administrative agency authority, the diverse modes of agency law-making and other decision-making, and the procedures and standards governing court review of legislative measures and agency actions. The final examination will be a take home.