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by Gary Lawson

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ISBN:
0314211322
Author:
Gary Lawson
Category:
Constitutional Law
Language:
English
Publisher:
West Group (June 1, 1998)
Pages:
955 pages
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4.4
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This book was purchased for my Administrative Law Class at the University of Missouri, School of La. I don't think I've ever read a casebook where the author cites their own work as much as Lawson cites himself here

This book was purchased for my Administrative Law Class at the University of Missouri, School of Law. I am delighted that the author gives fair and equal time to the doctrines of federalism, orginalism, and formalism. It is somewhat surprising to encounter this level of balance anywhere in academia. I don't think I've ever read a casebook where the author cites their own work as much as Lawson cites himself here.

Second, the book concentrates on administrative law, . the casebook is self-consciously doctrinal, focusing on the formal legal doctrines that establish the framework within which policymakers, lobbyists, and lawyers can ply their trades.

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Professor Lawson has adopted three strategies to reduce the Administrative Law course to a manageable set of materials.

First and most importantly, the book deliberately concentrates on federal administrative law, to the near total exclusion of state administrative law.

Second, the book concentrates on administrative law, e.g., the casebook is self-consciously doctrinal, focusing on the formal legal doctrines that establish the framework within which policymakers, lobbyists, and lawyers can ply their trades.

Third, the book strongly emphasizes the four fundamental branches of administrative law: the constitutional foundations of the administrative state, the law (both constitutional and statutory) governing agency rulemaking and adjudicatory procedures, the law governing the timing and availability of judicial review.

The book is student-friendly, designed to tell the story of modern federal administrative law in a straightforward yet sophisticated fashion.

  • Cenneel
This book was purchased for my Administrative Law Class at the University of Missouri, School of Law. I am delighted that the author gives fair and equal time to the doctrines of federalism, orginalism, and formalism. It is somewhat surprising to encounter this level of balance anywhere in academia. However, much to my great disappointment the author choose not to include an index in the book. This could just be a problem related to my advanced age and crusty world view. As a very non-traditional life-long learner, and now as a law student, I guess I've grown quite used to text books on subjects of this sophistication having an index. The missing index is the reason for my giving this book only three stars. Otherwise, this casebook would have received four stars.
  • OTANO
I don't think I've ever read a casebook where the author cites their own work as much as Lawson cites himself here. His opinion of admin law is patently clear through the excerpts he chooses and the case comments and it's incredibly aggravating. Admin is not an easy topic; I'd prefer less editorializing and more clarification.
  • Aver
If you have to get it than you get it. Format is pretty standard.
  • Yozshugore
A good book overall, gives balanced discussion to both sides of many agency doctrines. Although, I feel many of the cases could be significantly edited down to distill more of the salient points.
  • Banal
Administrative law may be among the less riveting subjects but Lawson explains the context of doctrinal changes in Admin with almost novelistic urgency.
  • Xcorn
Possibly the best casebook I had as a law student.
  • Androwyn
This book is boring and dense. Admin law is complex and uninteresting. But clearly, you are taking the class so just buy the book and stop whining.
I had to have the book for class so it is what it is. If it weren't for the law outlines, I would have been lost. The Amazon process for renting was great and hassle free.