Administrative Law

This course is a general introduction to the legal problems of the administrative process. Topics of study in this section include the constitutional framework within which federal agencies operate, statutory and constitutional constraints on agency procedures, the role of administrative discretion in the development of public policy, and the methods and scope of judicial review of agency decisions. Heavy emphasis is placed throughout on the role of agencies in interpreting statutes and the consequences of that role for the legal and political system. Method of Evaluation: Final examination Prerequisites: Constitutional Law This course is a distance course, taught entirely on-line; physical presence at the Law School is not required. NOTE the following rules for distance courses: -You may not enroll in more than one distance course in any term, including the summer term. -You may earn no more than 12 credits in distance courses towards the JD degree.

Catalog Number: CONPUB 600D
Practice Areas: Civil Lit. and Dispute ResolutionConstitutional LawConstitutional Law & ProcedureProcedure Practice Area

Course History

Summer 2011
Title: Administrative Law
Faculty: Tiller, Emerson H. (courses  |  homepage)
Section: 1     Type: Lecture     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 40     Actual: 35