The Administrative Law Judge

Segal, Bernard G.
November 1976
American Bar Association Journal;Nov76, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p1424
Academic Journal
Reflects on the administrative law judges who make the administrative law system in the U.S. work. Change of the tile 'hearing examiner' to 'administrative law judge'; Establishment of a unified corps of administrative law judges; Problems of assigning an administrative law judge to a single agency; Factors which attract highly qualified lawyers in the administrative bench.


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