Administrative Law



 



Welcome to LawShelf’s video-course on administrative law. Because Congress-due to lack of time and expertise- is incapable of governing the minute details of the execution of every federal law, it must, inevitably, delegate some of its responsibilities. It does so by establishing administrative agencies which clarify, enforce and sometimes even adjudicate federal law. This course covers how federal agencies are created, the scopes of their authorities and the processes by which they are required to operate under the Administrative Procedures Act.

This is an introductory level course, and no prior knowledge of law or government is required.



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Administrative Law Structures - Module 1 of 5


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Procedures of Administrative Agencies - Module 2 of 5


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Administrative Rulemaking - Module 3 of 5


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Administrative Adjudication - Module 4 of 5


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Judicial Review of Administration Actions - Module 5 of 5


Final Exam only needs to be taken by those seeking to earn the Digital Badge credentials for this course.