Special Topics in Administrative Law

Each semester this course focuses on a series of Special Topics in Administrative Law.  Special Topics are those that address emerging issues, current developments, and issues of particular interest that require greater in-depth analyses and discussion. Accordingly, a portion of the subject matter covered in this course will vary from year to year. Topics covered previously have included: Oversight and Independent Investigations; Presidential Power, Executive Orders, National Emergencies & States of Exception; Government Benefits and the Termination of Benefits; Access to Justice; Structural Reform; and Executive Privilege. Through deep analyses of these Special Topics, students will gain a greater understanding of the laws and doctrines governing the administrative practices of federal government agencies and judicial review. This course satisfies the Upper Division Writing Requirement.  

Credits
3
Prerequisites

Law 6018 or Law 6078 or Law 5078

Course Equivalency

Students may NOT earn credit if LAW 6650 was previouslycompleted.

Limited Drop
Graduation Requirements
Upper Division Legal Writing
Subject Area
Administrative & Regulatory Law
Business Law *
Environmental & Energy Law *
Family Law *
Immigration Law *
Public Law
Student Year
Upper Division
LL.M.
Grade base
A - F
Course type
LEC