Administrative Law|
2017-2018 School of Law Bulletin
   

LAWS 709 - Administrative Law|


Credits: 3

Government agencies regulate almost every area of our lives. Many lawyers work for government agencies and many other lawyers work for people whose lives are affected by these agencies. Virtually every lawyer needs to know how government agencies operate. That is the subject of this course. The course is recommended for students interested in substantive areas in which agencies play an important role, such as environmental law, health-care law, and securities law (to name a few).

Basis of Grade: Final examination and class participation

Form of Grade: Letter Grade




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