Course Description

LAW 321 - Legislation and Regulation

Many of the rules that govern the modern legal order come from statutes enacted by legislatures and from regulations issued by administrative agencies. While most law school classes focus on case law, this course emphasizes the statutes and regulations that form the basis for much of legal practice. The class will explore the lawmaking functions of legislatures and agencies, as well as their interaction with the courts. Drawing on examples from a variety of substantive areas, the class will cover the legislative process, approaches to statutory interpretation, the allocation of authority between legislatures and agencies, various forms of agency action, and judicial review of agency decisions.   



Course Information:

This course is not offered in 2017 - 2018

Previous Course Offerings:

Faculty Term Course Section Schedule Units Requisite Satisfies SAW
Kristen Eichensehr 16F 321 LEC 1 TR 3:20 PM - 5:20 PM 4.0 No No
Categories
Administrative Law & Government Regulation - Financial Regulation; Administrative Law & Government Regulation - Public Health, Labor and Welfare; Administrative Law & Government Regulation - Economic and Consumer Regulation; Administrative Law & Government Regulation - Government, Homeland Security, Immigration and Law Enforcement; Constitutional Law, Government, and Public Policy; Civil Litigation; Environmental & Natural Resource Law; Health Care & The Law; Immigration Law; Intellectual Property; Critical Race Studies;