administrative law


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Noun1.administrative law - the body of rules and regulations and orders and decisions created by administrative agencies of governmentadministrative law - the body of rules and regulations and orders and decisions created by administrative agencies of government
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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Handbooks on that matter are hardly to be found (2) and rather focus on the framing of European Administrative Law (3) or on the need of a European legal education.
For librarians, of course, the most important consideration is this: How would you help someone do research in the field of agency rules and decisions, which is broadly called "administrative law"?
(3) have raised the following question: when should unsuccessful participants--or, indeed, non-participants--in government tendering processes be entitled to administrative law remedies against a government agency?
For decades, the aspiration of administrative law has been to develop legal structures that would constrain and legitimate the exercise of agency power.
At the same time, the Deputy General Counsel for Administrative Law is filling the Litigation Post, with the Special Counsel to the General Counsel sliding in to the Administrative Law chair.
This brief guide describes administrative law concepts, focusing on federal administrative law in the US and the Administrative Procedure Act.
I am honored to present the Administrative Law Section's annual report for the 20182019 term and highlight the hard work of the many members who devoted countless hours to the section.
The governor also selected an administrative law judge and an assistant Maryland attorney general to district court judgeships in Harford and Anne Arundel County's.
On May 4, Administrative Law Judge Eric Defort ruled the DNR improperly granted Meteor Timber permits because the agency lacked enough information to determine the environmental impact of the project and whether a plan to alleviate wetland impacts would work.
The chief judge who forced that resignation is now taking fire from people, including administrative law experts and her predecessor, who say her actions threaten the agency's independence.

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