The Regulatory and Administrative State: Materials, Cases, Comments (Twenty-First Century Legal Education)
The casebook introduces students to the reasons for regulation, the ways in which regulation can go awry, the choice of legal institutions, the choice of regulatory instruments, and the art of statutory interpretation. The book uses several substantive subject areas as recurring themes, all involving the regulation of risk. The primary market for this casebook are law students taking a course on the Regulatory State; a secondary market may be found in schools of public policy.
Specifications of The Regulatory and Administrative State: Materials, Cases, Comments (Twenty-First Century Legal Education)
|Author||Lisa Heinzerling, Mark V. Tushnet|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number Of Pages||872|
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