Gellhorn and Byse's Administrative Law: Cases and Comments
After defining the constitutional framework for administration, the casebook discusses related topics such as downsizing government, regulators' thirst for information and the Paperwork Reduction Act, Fourth and Fifth Amendment concerns, Freedom of Information Act, and the future of the administrative state. Author forum available at twen.com. A premium Teacher's Manual is available upon request for professors adopting this casebook.
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