Recent Developments in Administrative Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution, The Global Papers Series, Volume I
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Recent Developments in Administrative Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution grew out of papers from the Global Administrative Law Discussion Forum held at University of Aix-Marseille III in June 2010 involving scholars from the United States, Italy, France, the United Kingdom, and Israel. The forum was centered on two topics: “Using Courts to Police Agency Action” and “The Chief Executive’s (President’s/Prime Minister’s) Authority in Relation to Matters Committed to Administrative Agencies.” The book itself, the first volume in the Global Papers Series, includes chapters from a number of prominent administrative law professors, who focus on two separate and distinct administrative topics: dispute resolution in the administrative context and recent developments of particular significance. The participants hail from different nations, and indeed different continents, and therefore bring a variety of perspectives to these topics.
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