Written in an accessible, straightforward style, Administrative Law: A Casebook, Ninth Edition focuses on the basic principles of administrative law using a traditional cases-and-notes pedagogy, flexible organization, and examination-length problems at the end of each substantive chapter. Key Features: a chronological approach that shows the procedural course of administrative law in actual practice manageable, practical length of approximately 800 pages that presents complete coverage in seven chapters a ...
Written in an accessible, straightforward style, Administrative Law: A Casebook, Ninth Edition focuses on the basic principles of administrative law using a traditional cases-and-notes pedagogy, flexible organization, and examination-length problems at the end of each substantive chapter. Key Features: a chronological approach that shows the procedural course of administrative law in actual practice manageable, practical length of approximately 800 pages that presents complete coverage in seven chapters a broad range of state cases, both classic and current flexible organization that begins with an overview of administrative law and its agencies to allow instructors to easily adapt the book to individual course needs balanced coverage that gives students valuable exposure to the state level where most administrative law issues are handled in practice, in addition to the standard treatment of federal law clear, accessible writing style that facilitates student learning excellent notes and explanatory material the original approach of the late Bernard Schwartz, fine-tuned and updated New to the Ninth Edition: new co-author Jessica L. West, who in addition to an administrative law focus brings valuable expertise in criminal law and procedure. West is a seasoned litigator turned law professor, bringing important experience to the areas of agency investigation, adjudication, and enforcement. full coverage of recent developments, including the Bandimere and Lucia circuit court cases and the constitutionality of the system for appointment of administrative law judges, new Trump Executive Order purporting to reduce regulation, important developments regarding Chevron deference, including the proposed Separation of Powers Restoration Act (SOPRA), and more on the "logical outgrowth" doctrine in rulemaking. new and updated cases, including Dept. of Transportation v. Assn. of American Railroads , Los Angeles v. Patel , Perez v. Mortgage Broker's Assn , King v. Burwell , Encino Motorcars v. Navarro , and United States v. Texas
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The dreaded RED book series. These books really "hide the ball." They require a lot of thinking. A lot is provided and a lot of work is required to figure out the law. I think of this book as how law school was 20 years ago. Your read the law, read an example/fact scenario and have a few questions without getting the answer all the time. Generally a good book. I like the brown LexisNexis books the most. The blue ones from Westlaw are also pretty good. But these Red books are advanced. Smart Harvard lawyers use these books to kick your butt into thinking you do not learn anything. Great area of law. Usefull book .
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