Special Topics in Administrative Law – 6651

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.

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