A GUIDE TO FEDERAL AGENCY ADJUDICATION

Michael Asimow
University of California, Los Angeles - School of Law

Jack M. Beermann
Boston University School of Law

Phyllis Bernard
Oklahoma City University

Steven P. Crowley
University of Michigan Law School

Glen O. Robinson
University of Virginia School of Law

Boston University School of Law Working Paper 02-21

Abstract

A Guide to Federal Agency Adjudication, by Michael Asimow (UCLA), Jack Beermann (BU), Phyllis Bernard (OK City Univ.), Steven Croley (UMich), and Glen Robinson (UVA).

This volume is intended as a handbook to assist government and private counsel engaged in federal administrative adjudication. It covers all of the major issues relating to formal and informal adjudication, including the right to a hearing under due process and the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), as well as the requirements relating to the pre-hearing, hearing, and post-hearing phases. It also covers the APA's provisions relating to the integrity of the decisionmaking process. The book considers the statutory protections for the independence of administrative law judges under the APA and the right to attorneys' fees under the Equal Access to Justice Act.


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Michael Asimow Contact Information

asimow@law.ucla.edu
University of California, Los Angeles - School of Law
405 Hilgard Avenue
Box 951476
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1476

Jack M. Beermann Contact Information:

beermann@bu.edu
Boston University School of Law
765 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, MA 02215
USA
(617) 353-2577 (Phone)
(617) 353-3077 (Fax)

Steven P. Croley Contact Information

scroley@umich.edu
University of Michigan Law School
625 South State Street
439 Hutchins Hall
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1215
734-647-4029 (Phone)
734-763-9375 (Fax)

Glen O. Robinson Contact Information

grobinson@virginia.edu
University of Virginia School of Law
580 Massie Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903
(804) 924-3621 (Phone)

SSRN Site:

http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=350521

Presentation and Publication Information:
Boston University School of Law Working Paper Series, Public Law & Legal Theory, Working Paper No. 02-21; UCLA, School of Law Research Paper No. 02-32; University of Michigan Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 22

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