Law Library Book of the Month
California Practice Guide: Administrative Law—Adjudication and Separation of Powers
There’s a new Rutter Guide in town… Administrative Law—Adjudication and Separation of Powers is the recently-published first volume of a forthcoming three-volume set on California state and local administrative law. The authors posit that “we are all administrative lawyers” because all lawyers are bound to encounter myriad government agencies and regulatory schemes in the course of representing their clients, even if their substantive practice does not pertain to the government. Benefit from the authors’ expertise and the familiar Rutter Guide format to tackle issues such as separation of powers, procedural due process, the California Administrative Procedure Act, Tier 1 and 2 adjudication, agency enforcement tools, and the recovery of attorneys’ fees.
Volumes 2 and 3 will be published between 2015 and 2016—the former will cover judicial review of administrative action, and the latter will examine California rulemaking.
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Authors Michael Asimov, Michael J. Strumwasser, Herbert F. Bolz, and Timothy J. Aspinwall
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