Federal Administrative Law: A Brief Overview (LLSDC)

A Brief Explanation of Federal Administrative Law

Federal administrative law primarily concerns the powers and procedures of Federal administering agencies in relation to the public (but usually not in criminal matters). It is Congress that grants general and specific powers to various Federal agencies through enabling legislation as well the general laws for their fair and orderly administration. These executive powers are often quasi-legislative in nature (via rules and regulations applicable to a class of persons or organizations) or quasi-judicial in nature (via orders, adjudications and decisions involving particular persons or organizations). The given powers are also subject to judicial review and interpretation.

via Federal Administrative Law: A Brief Overview.

Another excellent guide from the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington DC

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