Administrative Law Agency Action in Legal Context

Seller`s Comments: Significant wear. Shipping within 24 hours. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. APO/FPO responds to feedback from support vendors: All new! Usually shipped within one business day! This article reads as follows: Administrative Law: Agency Action in the Legal Context (Academic CaseBook Series), Glicksman, Levy; 3rd edition, 2020; `; ISBN: 9781640206274. For faster delivery, choose Expedited Shipping. We represent the largest independent legal bookstore on the Internet! New This title is part of our CasebookPlus offering™ as an ISBN 9781684671014. For more information, see The third edition of this groundbreaking administrative law casebook retains and enhances its unique features: the third edition has been fully updated to address emerging administrative law issues and up-to-date developments, including the revival of the separation of powers, the erosion of Chevron`s reverence, and restrictions on agency guides. The third edition also reflects changes aimed at improving the effectiveness of the book as a teaching and learning tool, such as the increased use of primary administrative law materials, the improvement of problems and new major cases. Two key issues for teaching and learning administrative law are (1) students` lack of familiarity with agencies, what they do and their role in the tripartite system of government created by the Constitution; and (2) the need to understand the new and different agencies and to know their organic status for each new administrative case.

Focusing on five major and representative agencies (EPA, NLRB, SSA, IRS, and FCC), the book addresses both of these questions. Expanded treatment of these organizations, including a chapter each that the Organization uses to present legal issues related to a particular type of Agency action (e.g., EPA to illustrate administrative issues related to rule development, NLRB to illustrate issues arising from the Agency`s efforts to develop policy through case law), gives students a clearer idea of how organizations are structured. what they do and how they do it. In addition, our book provides an effective mechanism for teaching and learning administrative law: since the main cases used to illustrate the doctrine of administrative law and current issues of administrative law concern the same five agencies, the need to learn more about the new agencies and to understand the new organic laws is greatly reduced, so that students and teachers are attracted to administrative issues in being able to focus on cases. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage distribution by star, we do not use a simple average. Instead, our system takes into account, for example, the current rating and whether the reviewer purchased the item on Amazon. It also analyzed the reviews to verify reliability. With this tool, you can use the total cost of ownership, including cash value, to determine whether you need to buy or rent your manuals. Answer the questions correctly to get an even more accurate recommendation.

This special edition ISBN is currently not available. ISBN 10: 1609303369 ISBN 13: 9781609303365 Publisher: Foundation Press, 2014 Hardcover ÐÐμÑ ÑлÐμкÑÑÐ3/4Ð1/2Ð1/2Ð3/4й вÐμÑÑÐ ̧Ð ̧ ̧ ̧ This title is available in our CasebookPlus format. CasebookPlus provides support beyond your lectures and classroom materials by providing you and your students with additional digital resources. Anchored by formative self-assessments written by faculty, which are among our most popular casebooks, CasebookPlus allows students to test their understanding of basic concepts as they learn them in class – alone, outside the classroom, without any additional work on your part. CasebookPlus combines three important elements: Customer reviews, including product stars, help customers learn more about the product and decide if it`s the right product for them. Robert L. Glicksman, George Washington University Law School {{#if showAllCollectables}} View all collector`s editions of this title: {{else}} {{/if}} Richard E. Levy, University of Kansas School of Law comments: All books are new and have a 21-day return guarantee.