The Art of Advocacy in Administrative Law and Practice
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The U.S. federal government, as well as every state and territory of the United States, maintains an expansive administrative apparatus that each year affects millions of individuals, businesses, and institutions. Though they have much in common, the federal government, each state government, and the government of every U.S. territory have each developed unique approaches to administrative law and process.
This book helps guide practitioners as they follow the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) requirements of the U.S. federal government, a particular state, or a territory of the United States in which counsel's matter is in process. Because every territory has a body of law to guide participants in the administrative process, advocates should consult these governmental resources for guidance and direction in their particular locations. Practitioners should use the examples in this volume as illustrative instructional guidance.
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