Book Description: The field of administrative law and regulation is as broad and as varied as the operations of government. Some regulatory practice areas are necessarily more specialized (e.g., banking, communications, food and drug, securities, and transportation). On the other hand, many procedural issues of great interest to administrative lawyers cut across all or most agencies (e.g., adjudication, rulemaking, judicial review, and constitutional separation of powers). Reports of broadest interest - topics that cut across all substantive specialties - include those of the Committees on Adjudication, Constitutional Law and Separation of Powers, Dispute Resolution, Judicial Review, Legislative Process and Lobbying, Ratemaking, Regulatory Initiatives, and Rulemaking. Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 2000-2001 provides a ready source for practitioners, judges, and academics on significant events within administrative law.