Administrative Law: A Casebook

Administrative Law: A Casebook

by Bernard Schwartz, J. Robert Brown, Roberto L. Corrada
     
 

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The thoroughly up-to date new edition of Schwartz's ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: A Casebook feature 70 new cases from the 1980s and '90, incisive comments, and provocative questions - presented with the clarity and insight that has earned the previous editions enduring success. Combining a traditional approach with exciting new material, Schwartz provides a concise,

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The thoroughly up-to date new edition of Schwartz's ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: A Casebook feature 70 new cases from the 1980s and '90, incisive comments, and provocative questions - presented with the clarity and insight that has earned the previous editions enduring success. Combining a traditional approach with exciting new material, Schwartz provides a concise, authoritative, and straightforward casebook for the basic administrative law course. In its fourth edition. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW contineus to be the most teachable, accessible casebook available in the field. The 1994 Edition features: 70 new principal cases, including cases from the 1993 Supreme Court term full critical treatment of the Chevron rule This thorough revision retains a manageable organization, beginning with an overview of Agencies and Administrative Law, and continuing with Investigation and Information, Rules and Rulemaking, Right to Be Heard, Evidentiary Hearings and Decisions, and can easily be altered to suit your own Manual further assists you in adapting the book to your course.

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ISBN-13:
9780735554191
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date:
01/01/2006
Pages:
779

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