Administrative law processes enhance participation, transparency, fairness, and access to information in administrative agencies and the government generally. The fourth edition of Administrative Law and Process highlights these issues in a timely manner through both classic and current cases. In Part I, how agencies exercise their powers is explored.
In Part II, the structural and constitutional issues that flow from legislative, executive, and judicial oversight is explored. Key doctrines of administrative law are thoroughly addressed throughout this book, to which Part III adds a new dimension. It focuses directly on how lawyers actually practice administrative law through a series of drafting and strategic planning problems. The three parts of the book are closely interrelated giving professors the option of involving students in simulations that relate to the doctrines and issues they are studying.