Welcome to the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. The Section is an actual and virtual gathering place for judges, lawyers, government officials, specialists in government relations, and teachers and students of law who are interested in the powers and responsibilities of government agencies at federal, state and local levels, the processes by which they operate, review of their actions, their executive, legislative, and judicial branch relationships, and their relationship with the public. It is a place for education, communication, and professional enjoyment. Here you can learn about the field of administrative law, read and hear about the latest developments, sort out a thorny administrative law problem, share ideas, develop proposals for improving the way government works, become a recognized speaker and author, and develop friendships with colleagues who share your interests. We offer a wide array of multi-day and full day programs Continuing Legal Education (CLE) programs, webinars, brown bags, member mix and mingles, and other events; we publish a weekly blog, a quarterly journal, a law review, books and other works authored by the very best in the field; we have committees covering many different areas of interest, led by knowledgeable, talented, and wonderful-to-know members. Please join us. I look forward to getting to know you.
2018-2019 Section Chair, Hon. Judith S. Boggs
Read Hon. Judith Boggs's Fall 2018 Chair's Column from the Administrative and Regulatory Law News here.