A study of the legal problems involved in the creation, functioning, and control of government agencies (other than courts or legislatures) that engage in rule making or adjudication. Particular attention is given to the constitutional constraints on agency action, including those imposed by due process, separation of powers, and the nondelegation doctrine. The investigative functions of agencies and the timing, method, and scope of judicial review of an agency's actions also are covered.
|Course #:||LAW 372|
|Course Type:||JD Elective|
|Area of Study:||Entertainment Law, Environmental and Energy Law, Intellectual Property Law, Labor and Employment Law, Law, Government and Regulation, Real Estate and Land Use, Technology Law|
|Credit Hours:||Three credit hours.|