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This course has been designed to be user-friendly to the non-lawyer and has as its goal to acquaint students with the fundamental principles and concepts of administrative law. Taught from a public administration perspective, the course provides students the opportunity to explore the interplay between and among politics, democracy, and bureaucracy; to examine bureaucracy's relationship to the legislative branch of government and to the courts; to learn about the administrative process at the local, state, and federal levels; to focus on the regulatory aspects of administrative law with particular attention to controlling risks, solving problems, and managing compliance; and to take a look at some contemporary substantive issues through the lens of administrative law.
Owens, Deborah, "MPA8061-LH5.Administrative Law.F17.Owens,Deborah" (2017). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 12946.