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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Even if a blossoming of new modules entitled "comparative administrative law" is not likely to happen overnight, there is clearly increasing awareness that the lawyers of tomorrow need to develop the skills to work globally and to look at their own system from a critical and constructive perspective.
Most academic law libraries have research guides on various topics, including administrative law. These guides not only recommend sources, but they also explain aspects of the administrative process (such as federal rulemaking).
For the last century, the aspiration of administrative law has been to develop legal structures that would structure and channel the exercise of agency power.
While that program is still in place, the section implemented a new program specifically designed to reach students at Florida State University because many of those students ultimately become administrative law practitioners.
Tom Walston, a retired administrative law judge who sought the chief judge appointment in 2016, said Ginn's experience as a lawyer required a different skill set than those required for a judge.
The immigration initiatives, enforcement policies adopted by the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), were paradigmatic examples of internal administrative law. Adopted outside of notice-and-comment rulemaking, the policies identified several categories of undocumented aliens as priorities for deportation and others as eligible to apply for deportation relief.
But that's not the facts of Robare, and that's not what the administrative law judge is saying; reliance on "facially valid" advice must be in "good faith" based on "full and honest disclosure."
Why we should have never gotten into this fix is the subject of Philip Hamburger's book Is Administrative Law Unlawful?
Going up against the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is often a tricky proposition, especially when facing an administrative law judge who was hired by the SEC.

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