To give an account of French and Belgian practices in teaching administrative comparative law we looked at the law programs in various universities; we then pinned down modules in comparative law, comparative public law and comparative administrative law
. We also tried to track specific master degrees in comparative law.
This paper, however, will focus on the relationship between two primary avenues: contract law and administrative law
. (4) It is helpful to briefly review the basic structure of these two types of actions in order to then delineate where they overlap and conflict with one another.
I am also grateful to the participants in and organizers of the Fall 2014 Southern California Junior Faculty Workshop at Loyola Law School and the AALS New Voices in Administrative Law
event in January 2015.
Boizelle previously served as Deputy General Counsel for Administrative Law
at the FCC for two years.
In a move that was long overdue, the section created separate awards last year to honor outstanding administrative law
practitioners and members who have provided outstanding service to the section.
Before Abbott appointed her as chief administrative law
judge in 2015, Ginn served for a decade in the Texas Attorney General's office and had been a litigator before that.
Instead, they raised a question that is central to modern administrative governance: What is, or should be, the role of internal administrative law
in the U.S.
In his lengthy and articulate assessment of the facts and the law, the administrative law
judge that rebuked the Division of Enforcement noted that Robare "relied in good faith on compliance consultants." He went on to conclude that "So long as the advice given is facially valid...
But what has emerged in the United States over the last 80 years or so is "administrative law
," under which executive agencies actually make law, enforce it, and adjudicate purported infractions.