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    Administrative Law Review

    Administrative Law Review

    Administrative Law Review

    • Published quarterly by students of the American University Washington College of Law in conjunction with the American Bar Association's Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice
    • Strives to develop legal research and writing skills of students while publishing articles that serve both practitioners and academicians
    • Contains student comments and casenotes on administrative law issues
    • Regularly publishes symposia, conferences, and meetings on current topics in administrative law
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    The Administrative Law Review is a quarterly publication that is managed and edited by approximately 90 students at American University Washington College of Law. ALR publishes articles and essays by law professors, judges, and expert practitioners, as well as notes and comments written by staff members. Each edition of ALR is a nexus of theory and practice, and the articles broadly cover the administrative law world, from cutting-edge recent developments to intensely theoretical jurisprudential analysis.

    Recognized in the legal community as holding title to the highest circulation rate of any student-edited journal, ALR maintains a readership of roughly 9,500, which includes many of the federal agencies and law firms in Washington, D.C., and supreme courts around the world. ALR is known for its influence and relevance in both the scholarly legal community and the day-to-day practice of administrative law. The publication is routinely cited by the District of Columbia Circuit (which is known as the administrative law circuit), and since 2000 has been cited by the Second, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, and Tenth Circuit Courts of Appeal. It was also cited by the Supreme Court of the United States in one of the Court's most important and enduring decisions, INS v. Chadha.

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