Recommended Titles and Treatises
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5 volumes. Looseleaf. Updated three times a year.
An exhaustive examination of administrative law with an emphasis on federal procedural principles rather than substantantive law. Topics covered include the history and development of the administrative process, administrative establishments, organization and structure, the acquisition use and disclosure of government information, the Freedom of Information, Privacy and Sunshine Acts, rules and rulemaking, evidence, hearings and adjudication, administrative decision-making, licensing, administrative sanctions, attorney conduct, judicial review. There is also a discussion of the Electronic Freedom of Information Act Amendments of 1996.