Written in an accessible, straightforward style, Administrative Law: A Casebook, Eighth Edition, focuses on the basic principles of administrative law using a traditional cases-and-notes pedagogy, flexible organization, and examination-length problems at the end of each substantive chapter.
- New leaner and slimmer edition of only 700-750 pages (approx.100 fewer pages) that continues to preserve the successful approach of the late Bernard Schwartz, emphasizing the preparation of "practice-ready" administrative law students
- New treatment of agency ethical rules and development of professional formation/identity for administrative law practitioners.
- New and more integrated end-of-chapter problems.
- Updated treatment of cost benefit analysis, presidential oversight, freedom of information, standing, agency deference (including the Brand X case), and rulemaking (including provisions of the 2012 Food & Drug Safety and Innovation Act, and the DC Circuit's TSA body scanners case, EPIC v. US Dept. of Homeland Security).
- New state cases and materials, including developments involving Florida's APA, Whiley v. Scott (Fla), New Energy Economy v. Martinez (NM).
- Treatment of new Supreme Court cases, including Stern v. Marshall, New Process Steel v. NLRB, FCC v. AT&T, Turner v. Rogers, US v. Home Concrete & Supply, and First American Financial v. Edwards.
- Comprehensive treatment of the evolving Supreme Court jurisprudence on Auer/Seminole Rock deference, including Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham, Talk America v. Michigan Bell Telephone, Chase Bank v. McCoy, and Mayo Foundation v. US.