1. Administrative Law in American Government. 2. The Evolution of the Administrative State. 3. Constitutional Sources of Bureaucratic Power and Restraint. 4. The Statutory Framework of the Administrative Process. 5. Investigations and Enforcement. 6. Rulemaking. 7. Adjudication. 8. Political Control of Agencies. 9. Judicial Review of Agency Actions. 10. The Rights of Public Employees. 11. Governmental Liability. 12. The Future of Administrative Law Appendix A: The Constitution of the United States of America. Appendix B: The Federal Administrative Procedure Act: Selected Provisions. Appendix C: Basic Legal Research. Glossary. Table of Cases. Index.
About the Author
John M. Scheb was born in Orlando, Florida, in 1926. He entered the practice of law in 1950. He served as associate municipal judge in Sarasota, Florida, from 1957 to 1959. From 1959 to 1970, he served as City Attorney for the city of Sarasota. In 1974, he was appointed to the Florida District Court of Appeal, second district, a position he held until his retirement in 1992. Judge Scheb holds the B.A. from Florida Southern College, the J.D. from the University of Florida, and the LL.M. from the University of Virginia.
John M. Scheb, II attended the University of Florida, where he received a B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in political science. He is now Professor and Head of Political Science at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he specializes in public law, courts, and the judicial process. Professor Scheb has authored numerous articles in professional journals and is coauthor of several other textbooks, including: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN LEGAL SYSTEM, 3rd Edition (Wolters Kluwer, 2013), LAW AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS (Thomson/Wadsworth, 2005), and AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 6th Edition (Wadsworth/Cengage, 2014).