Lessons by Subject Outline - Administrative Law

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  • The Administrative Law Index lists all CALI lessons covering Administrative Law.

Subject Outline

  • Agency Structure
  • Delegation
  • Scope of Authority
    • Administrative Procedures Act
      • Rules v. Orders
      • Rulemaking v. Adjudications
    • "Appropriate and Necessary"
    •  Vermont Yankee Principle
      • Avoiding the Principle
      • Due Process
    • Constitutional Issues
      • Equal Protection
      • Due Process
      • Privacy
      • Fourth Amendment
      • Separation of Powers
    • Narrow Construction of the Statute
  • Rulemaking
    • Commencement of Rulemaking (ADM12)
    • Initiation a Rulemaking Procedure by a Private Party
    • Redress from a Denial of a Rulemaking Petition
    • Formal Rulemaking
    • Formal Rulemaking (ADM10)
      • Statutory Mandate
      • "On the record after opportunity for hearing"
    • Informal Rulemaking
    • Informal Rulemaking (ADM11)
      • Public Notice for Some Agencies
      • Notice of Rulemaking
      • Comment
      • Optional Oral Hearing
      • Concise General Statement of its Findings
      • Logical Outgrowth Rule
    • Hybrid Rulemaking
    • Hybrid Rules (ADM21)
      • Adding New Procedures
    • Controls on Rulemaking
    • Legal Significance of Rule
      • Procedural Rules
      • Legislative Rules
      • Non-legislative Rules
    • Profoundly Informal Rule-Making
      • Military and Foreign Affairs
      • Intra-Agency Management
      • Broad Good Cause Exception
    • Ratemaking
  • Adjudication
    • Statutory Hearing Rights to Adjudication
      • Timing of Hearing
    • Declaratory Orders
    • Formal Adjudication
      • Prehearing Procedures
      • Process of Proof at Hearing
      • Requirement of Findings and Reasons
      • Vermont Yankee Applies
    • Informal Adjudication
      • Denying a Written Application
      • Flexibility in Deciding Formal or Informal Adjudication
      • Procedural Requirements:
        • Right to appear in person and be represented by counsel
        • Right to meet with agency officials
        • Right for issue to be dealt within a reasonable time
        • Right of explanation of denial of a request
      • Due Process Requirements
    • Administrative Notice
    • Burden of Proof
      • Proponent of the Rule
  • Choice of Procedures
    • The Choice between Rule-Making and Adjudication
    • Adjudicative Rules (ADM09)
      • Is the Agency Vested with the Power to do Both
      • Agencies' Informed Decision
      • Rulemaking is Generally Preferred
      • Retroactive Effects
      • Required Rulemaking
    • Issues that Require A Hearing
    • Retroactivity
      • Adjudicative Allowed
      • Rule-making is not
  • Judicial Review
  • Judicial Control of Administrative Action
  • Inspections, Reports, and Subpoenas
    • "On the Record" Proceedings
    • Ex parte Communications
      • Between Outsiders and the Agency
      • PATCO v. FLRA
    • Not Required to be "On the Record"
      • Sanamon Rule
    • Improper Influence
      • Legislators
      • Lobbyists
      • "Revolving Door"
    • Bias
      • Adjudicative Proceedings
      • Rule-Making Proceedings
    • Internal Communications
      • Rulemaking as an Institutional Activity
      • Political Influence and Pressure
      • Conflicts of Interest
    • Fourth Amendment​
  • Public Access to Agency Processes
  • Researching Administrative Law​