For experienced law faculty and those new to teaching administrative law, this text offers a complete array of the traditional and familiar cases as well as recent decisions in the field, commentary, original case documents, and updates. Cases and supporting materials were edited and organized in a manner compatible with many pedagogical approaches to the teaching of administrative law, and with an eye towards facilitating self-contained, efficient and engaging reading assignments for individual class sessions. The new edition takes full advantage of the interactive casebook format, giving students access to the full text of most principal and note cases, legal scholarship, and select heretofore unavailable underlying agency documentation. There are dozens of new text boxes, new and challenging practice hypotheticals, and a number of important documents reflecting the recent presidential transition. The text includes more materials on adjudication than many administrative law books, including materials on agency intervention and discovery. PLEASE NOTE: If you purchase a used, unsealed copy of this book, access to the electronic version of this book may require a separate purchase.