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PRL 321 - Administrative & Federal Procedure

This course presents basic concepts of administrative law and procedure in federal and state agencies. Students will learn advocacy techniques for representing a client in an administrative process. Substantive topics will include administrative delegation of power, rulemaking, agency discretionary powers, remedies, and judicial appeals. Federal law will focus on procedure in Federal courts and applicable state rules.

Prerequisites: PLS110 and PRL 304



Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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