Administrative Law

Credit Hours:
1
Requirements:
Elective

Administrative Law— whether Federal, State, or Local Government Law—is the body of law which governs the creation and operation of government agencies. This course provides a study of legislative authority and administrative agencies with emphasis upon the administrative process and judicial review. The main objective of this course is to prepare students to litigate cases before administrative agencies by becoming familiar with (1) the formal and informal decision-making processes of administrative agencies; (2) the judicial review of agency actions; and (3) the rule-making process, under the Tennessee Uniform Administrative Procedures Act.