Administrative Procedure and Practice: Problems and Cases

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Thomson/West, 2010 - Law - 810 pages
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This popular casebook, with its unique approach focusing on real problems and real administrative practice, is now out in a new edition. The latest Supreme Court cases and the hottest issues, like the ethical issues involved in the "torture memos," have been added. The new edition, however, retains its distinctive characteristics of using problems as the primary pedagogical tool, including problems that do not involve courts; raising the ethical issues peculiar to government lawyers; and orienting the course around administrative law practice, rather than theory. While theory is not ignored, it arises out of the crucible of reality-based problems, providing a basis for students to appreciate the theory.

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SIDNEY A. SHAPIRO is Rounds Professor of Law at the University of Kansas in Lawrence.

RUSSELL L. WEAVER has published numerous books and articles about the United States Constitution including the First Amendment and various aspects of criminal procedure. In addition, he has spoken at conferences around the world, and regularly teaches in various foreign countries including France, Germany, Canada and Australia. He has also served as a consultant to the constitutional commissions in both Belarus and Kyrghyzstan, and he was asked to submit written comments on the Russian Constitution.

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