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Administrative Law

Three Models of Agency Adjudication

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This lesson presents a graphic examination of agency decisionmaking processes designed to illustrate their basic features and to highlight the design and drafting strategies which can optimize such qualities as expertise and objectivity in administrative decisionmaking.

Unlawful Delegation

The subject of "unlawful delegation" of powers is an important issue in both constitutional and administrative law. Not infrequently, Congress attempts to delegate its legislative authority to an administrative agency or to the courts. Sometimes, Congress attempts to delegate judicial power to administrative agencies. In this lesson, we explore the legality of such delegations. This lesson is intended for students who have studied these issues in class, and wish to refine their knowledge.