CourseAdministrative Law - Law 621A
Instructor David Marcus   View Faculty Page
Emaildavid.marcus@law.arizona.edu
Units 3 - Graded
Prerequisites:

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Recommended Courses:

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Overview

Administrative law is the law relating to administrative agencies. Administrative law encompasses constitutional law (separation of powers and procedural due process), federal statutory law (the Administrative Procedure Act that governs agency procedures and the statutes which govern agencies’ day to day operations), and occasionally state statutory law. The validity of an agency’s actions depends on compliance with administrative law. Thus, lawyers for agencies, regulated industries, and public interest groups are vitally concerned with administrative law. Much of their practice both as litigants and advisors involves administrative law.

 
Materials

 

To be provided by professor.

 
Course Format

Lecture and discussion.

 
Written Assignments

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Type of Exam

Mostly, if not exclusively, essay.

 
Basis for grading

The final exam will be the primary basis for students' grades, but class participation may also be taken into account.

 
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