Administrative Law: Agency Action In Legal Context, (University Casebook Series)

Administrative Law: Agency Action In Legal Context, (University Casebook Series)

Administrative Law: Agency Action in Legal Context, (University Casebook Series)

The second edition of this innovative administrative law casebook retains and enhances its unique features:

  • Focus on five representative agencies to provide students with a more holistic understanding of agencies and provide context.
  • Use of a consistent unit design that maximizes student learning and facilitates the use of the book with a wide variety of teaching styles, including traditional methods and the “flipped” classroom.
  • Incorporation of cutting-edge cases and problems that focus on the practical application of administrative law doctrines.

By focusing on five important and representative agencies (the EPA, NLRB, SSA, IRS, and FCC), the book addresses two key problems for teaching and learning administrative law: (1) students’ lack of familiarity with agencies and what they do; and (2) the difficulty of understanding new and different agencies and their organic statutes for each new administrative law case. Extended treatment of these five agencies, including one chapter for each agency that focuses on the use of a particular kind of agency action (rulemaking, policymaking adjudication, mass adjudication, informal action, and enforcement) provides students with a more complete picture of what agencies do and how they do it. Because the principal...

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