Administrative Law teaches theory, procedure and practical application. In addition the reader will learn and understand the substantive law of four areas of administrative law. They include Social Security disability, Immigration Law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Environmental Law. These areas of law are fast growing and interesting and offer expansive job opportunities to paralegals.
Table of Contents
An Introduction to Administrative Law and Procedure.
Sources of Administrative Law and Procedure.
The Substantive Law of Social Security Disability and Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
The Substantive Law of Naturalization and Hazardous Waste Management.
An Overview of Agency Actions.
Controls on Agency Actions.
Administrative Procedures and Appeals: How to File Applications with Administrative Agencies and Appeal Administrative Decisions.
Adjudications: A Closer Look at Administrative Hearings. Judicial Review: Understanding the Extent to Which Courts Control Agency Actions.
Legal Ethics: General Rules and Standards of Conduct Specific to Government Employees.