Administrative Law and Government Regulation

Administrative law concerns the procedures created by administrative agencies involving rules, regulations, applications, licenses, permits, available information, hearings, appeals and decision-making. Agencies may be bodies of city, county, state, or Federal government. Rules and regulations are often special for each agency and are not usually found in the statutes but in those regulations. Generally a member of the public must “exhaust his/her administrative remedies” with the agency and its system before the administrative ruling may be challenged with a lawsuit in court. Administrative law can be a technical nightmare for the average person; a lawyer who knows how to navigate through it on behalf of clients can have a very rewarding career.

Faculty Teaching in this Area:

Prof. Brion Blackwelder
Prof. Johnny Burris
Prof. Kathy Cerminara
Prof. Richard Grosso
Prof. Joel Mintz

Core Courses:

Administrative Law
Federal Jurisdiction
Florida Constitutional Law

Specialty Courses:

Education Law Seminar: Higher Education
Education Law Seminar: K-12
Eminent Domain
Employee Benefits Law Workshop
Environmental Enforcement Seminar
Environmental Law
Florida Land Development Workshop
Health Law Workshop
Immigration, Nationality, and Refugee Law
Labor Law
Securities Regulation
Wetlands Regulation Law
Workers Compensation

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