A clear, comprehensive overview of administrative law
- The text draws connections between government agencies and the legal framework they operate within, delving into topics such as agency discretion, due process, rulemaking power, agency adjudications, and judicial review.
- Updated - The law has been updated through early 2018, including with the addition of the FOIA Improvement Act of 2016 and changes to rulemaking and adjudications.
- Updated - The discussion of presidential control of agencies has been updated to reflect the first year of President Trump’s administration, covering topics such as the authority of the president to fire officers, newly issued executive orders, and attempts to control the size of the bureaucracy.
- Revised - Suggestions from reviewers have been incorporated into the new edition.
Focus on critical thinking and case analysis
- Carefully selected case excerpts illustrate and more fully develop ideas discussed throughout the text, while building students’ awareness of the complexity of real-world cases.
- Expanded - Several new cases have been added, including Matthews v. Eldridge, Arizona v. Tribal, Lucia v. SEC, and Susan B. Anthony v. Driehaus.
- Review questions and problems at the close of each chapter test readers’ retention of chapter content, and give them practice applying this content to a set of facts or engaging in critical analysis.
- Updated - New and updated data throughout the text gives students new criteria with which to analyze concepts.
Strategic learning aids
- Many illustrations, graphs, and figures – including conceptual mapping diagrams and data charts – help students conceptualize subjects under discussion.
- Updated - New and updated sidebars have been added to pique student interest in chapter topics – for example, presidential liabilities in Chapter 11.
- Legal resources in the appendices include excerpts from the federal Constitution, the Administrative Procedure Act, selected presidential executive orders, and instruction in performing administrative law research.
- A Lawlinks section at the end of each chapter features a legal website. For a list of websites, see the researching administrative law issues supplement in the Instructor Resource Center.
Table of Contents
2. Bureaucracy and Democracy
3. Agency Discretion
4. The Requirement of Fairness
6. Agency Rulemaking
7. Agency Information Collection and Investigations
8. Formal Adjudications
9. Accountability Through Reviewability
10. Accountability Through Accessibility
11. Accountability Through Liability
A. Constitution of the United States of America
B. Administrative Procedure Act (5 U.S.C. §551 et seq.) Excerpts
C. Selected Executive Orders
D. Researching Administrative Law Issues
About the Author(s)
Daniel E. Hall,
a native of Indiana, earned his bachelor’s degree at Indiana
University, Juris Doctor at Washburn University, and Doctor of Education
(higher education curriculum and instruction) at the University of
Central Florida. Before joining the academy full time, he practiced law
in both the United States and the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM),
where he clerked for the Supreme Court of the FSM and served as
Assistant Attorney General of the FSM. He also clerked for Gene E.
Brooks, Chief Judge, United States District Court for the Southern
District of Indiana, and interned for Congressman Frank McCloskey and
Robert Katzmann, JD, PhD, at the Brookings Institution.
Subsequent to leaving law practice, he has been on the faculty of the Department of Criminal Justice and Legal Studies at the University of Central Florida, the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Toledo, and the Department of Justice and Community Studies, Political Science, and Global and Intercultural Studies at Miami University.
Dr. Hall is also a visiting professor of law at Sun Yat-sen University in China, and has taught as an adjunct instructor at the University of Evansville, College of Micronesia, and Barry University School of Law. He is the author or coauthor of 23 textbooks (first and subsequent editions) and more than a dozen journal articles on public law and related subjects. Daniel’s greatest joy is being father to Grace and Eva, partner to Aryana, and future stepfather to Thea.
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