Admin Law is a required course at Sturm, and that is for a good
reason. Virtually everything that you do in a given day is
regulated by some Federal or State agency. OK, maybe not
sleeping on the couch, but the manufacture of that couch was
probably regulated in some way. Clicking on the TV
certainly is. So is the production and shipping of that
brewski you just snapped open.
So this is what we study in
Admin. Law. How are those regulations written and applied?
Who administers and enforces them? By what rights do they
Admin has the reputation of being a boring course, but there
is no reason it should be. I will try to make it fun and
interesting, but you will have to come along with me, do the
reading on time, and show up to class.
We will be using DU's Blackboard system as our courseware
site, and I have posted a copy of the Syllabus
there (login with your DU Student ID and your Banner PW),
but you can also download it from
this link. The text for the course is Cass, Diver &
Beerman, Administrative Law, Cases and Materials (Fifth
Ed. 2006) (Aspen).
To learn more about your Professor for this course, click
here to read my Philosophy of Teaching, or visit the
About Me page
for a copy of my CV.