administrative law

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administrative law

Body of law in the form of decisions, rules, regulations, and orders created by administrative agencies under the direction of the executive branch of the government used to carry out the duties of such agencies. Regulations of nursing practice, for example, are considered administrative laws.
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Comparative administrative law is, however, not only a matter of academic research--although the professionalization of PhDs may in the long run contribute to the development of more systematic research works related to legal issues having a concrete impact on the practitioners.
Beyond the Classroom: Developing a Practice of Comparative Administrative Law
The importance and relevance of comparative administrative law extend beyond the classroom.
Comparative Administrative Law at a day-to-day level and in law reforms
The Cellule de droit compare is also in charge of a legal watch (veille juridique) in comparative administrative law published in the Revue internationale de droit compare.
During a recent meeting, Jean Marc-Sauve quoted four matters in which comparative administrative law has a strong influence.

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