Washington Law Review


This book is a record of the proceedings of an institute held at the New York University School of Law in February, 1947 for the purpose of considering changes made in federal administrative processes by the Administrative Procedure Act of 1946. From this record it appears that the plan for the institute envisages (1) a general appraisal of the Act, followed by (2) consideration of its specific effects on the operations of some of the more important federal agencies, and (3) an analysis of its requirements for "rule-making," "adjudication," and judicial review.

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