Course Description

LAWS 7205
Administrative Law
General Description:
The law governing the administration of statutes by the executive agencies of the federal government. Topics include the relationships of the constitutional branches with the agencies, the availability and scope of judicial review of agency action, procedural due process rights of individuals, the nature of agency processes for rulemaking and adjudication, and laws requiring open meetings and records. There is a final examination; enrollment is limited only by the size of the room assigned. No prerequisites. The course is offered at least annually.

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LAWS 7205-001

Instructor(s): Harold Bruff

Credits: 3

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Tue,Thu   10:25 AM - 11:40 AM   WOLF 207

Syllabus: Fall 2012 Administrative Law Syllabus