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When you consider casebooks for your next administrative law course, make sure you examine this excellent revision from an author team of unmatched expertise. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND REGULATORY POLICY: Problems, Text, and Cases, Sixth Edition, offers a challenging examination of doctrine and policy that has been perfected through years of classroom use.
The casebook is highly respected for its many strengths:
Changes for the Sixth Edition reflect both legal developments and classroom experience:
• The Constitutional Position of the Administrative Agency
• Administrative Discretion, Administrative Substance, and Regulatory Performance
• The Scope of Judicial Review-Questions of Fact, Law, and Policy
• 'Common Law' Requirements: Clarity, Consistency, 'Fairness'
• Procedural Requirements in Agency Decisionmaking: Rulemaking and Adjudication
• Agency Decisionmaking Structure
• The Availability and Timing of Judicial Review
Appendix A: Selected Provisions from the Federal Administrative Procedure Act
Appendix B: Selected Provisions from the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act
Appendix C: Negotiated Rulemaking and Alternative Dispute Resolution Act
Table: Correlating Provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act as Presently Codified in 5 U.S.C. and Sections of the Act as Originally Enacted in 1946