Administrative Law surveys the organization, authority, and procedures of civil administrative agencies in relation to rulemaking, adjudication, and judicial review of administrative rulings and decisions. As such, Administrative Law explores the constitutional powers and limitations of government actors, as well as exploring controversies about the breadth of governmental power. The course examines the role of both U.S. federal and state administrative agencies. Administrative Law also introduces students to major areas of regulated activity, from bankruptcy and family law to communications, financial and securities, and trade law. Corequisite(s): LAWU 100. Cross-listed with and equivalent to the following course. (Note: no academic credit is awarded for retaking equivalent course.): LAW 316.