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Administrative agencies are a constitutionally marginal fourth branch of government upon which has been conferred broad regulatory powers, including, inter alia, the power to make rules having the force of law, to adjudicate, to give tremendous wealth to private parties through licensing decisions, and the power to prosecute individuals. Administrative Law is the study of the law that shapes, defines, and seeks to legitimate the powers of this fourth branch of government. This course critically examines these principles, and administrative power. Among the topics included are: how agencies fit into our constitutionally defined governmental structure, where agency power comes from, the means by which agencies make policy, the procedures necessary for agency policymaking, and the judicial review of agency decisionmaking.

Administrative Law & Policy Loyola Marymount University

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Administrative agencies are a constitutionally marginal fourth branch of government upon which has been conferred broad regulatory powers, including, inter alia, the power to make rules having the force of law, to adjudicate, to give tremendous wealth to private parties through licensing decisions, and the power to prosecute individuals. Administrative Law is the study of the law that shapes, defines, and seeks to legitimate the powers of this fourth branch of government. This course critically examines these principles, and administrative power. Among the topics included are: how agencies fit into our constitutionally defined governmental structure, where agency power comes from, the means by which agencies make policy, the procedures necessary for agency policymaking, and the judicial review of agency decisionmaking.

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