Federal Administrative Law
The law concerning the powers and procedures of administrative agencies, including the law governing judicial review of administrative action. An administrative agency is a governmental authority, other than a court or legislative body, that affects the rights of private parties through either adjudication, rulemaking, investigating, prosecuting, negotiating, settling, or informally acting.
Administrative Research Goals
Federal Regulations Historical Background
Strategy for Researching Regulations in Print
Sources of Federal Regulations
Federal Register - organized chronologically
Code of Federal Regulations - organized by subject
Information about Federal Agencies
Colorado Administrative Sources
State Administrative Agencies: State of Colorado
Opinions of the Attorney General and Office of Legal Counsel
Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.
- Jimi Hendrix -
Debra Austin, JD, PhD