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Administrative Law (5402)
Spring 2015

Discussion Modules - these facilitate the discussion of material in class and include evaluation questions

Module 00 – Introduction to the Modules

Module 01 – Introduction to Administrative Law

Module 02 – Delegation Doctrine

Module 03 – Limits on Congressional Control of Agencies

Module 04 – The Legislative Veto and Separation of Powers

Module 05 – The Appointments Clause

Module 06 – Removal and the Creation of Independent Agencies

Module 07 – General Regulatory Review and Coordination

Module 08 – Introduction to Adjudications

Module 09 – Formal Adjudications Module 10 – Limiting Bias in Adjudications

Module 10 – Limiting Bias in Adjudications

Module 11 – Licensing and Permitting

Department of Administrative Law/Wooley Background

Module 12 – The Department of Administrative Law and the Wooley Case

Module 13 – The Bonvillian Cases

Module 14 – Introduction to Due Process

Module 15 – Mathews and the Modern World

Module 16 – Prisons as Administrative Institutions

Module 17 – Bias in Administrative Hearings

Module 18 – Introduction to Rulemaking

Module 19 – Rulemaking: When do you need notice and comment?

Module 20 – The Procedures of Notice-and-Comment Rulemaking

Module-21 Standing – Jurisdiction and Injury – Revised

Module 22 – Access to Judicial Review and Finality – Revised

Module 23 – Exhaustion of Administrative Remedies – revised

Module 24 – Ripeness and Wrap-up – Revised

Module 25 – Introduction to Judicial Review – Revised

Mass v EPA – Chevron

Module 26 – Judicial Deference to Agency Legal Interpretations after Chevron – Revised

Module 27 – Judicial Review of Facts – Revised

Module 28 – Judicial Review – Procedural Issues – Revised

Module 29 – Data Collection by Agencies

Module 30 – FOIA and Open Meetings

FTCA Reader

FTCA Evaluation Questions

 

 

 

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