2017 Administrative Law Update

2017 Administrative Law Update
The practice of administrative law is not necessarily an area of law in and of itself but rather entails a general paradigm to practicing in specific areas of law which fall under the authority of an administrative agency.  As such, Administrative Law can be broken down into two primary areas:  “regulatory law” dealing with an administrative agency’s authority to promulgate rules and rulemaking process itself; and “administrative hearings” which act as “quasi-judicial” forums to handle disputes and disciplinary matters within the purview and authority of the administrative agency. Daniel Marquez will discuss these two primary areas, focusing on litigating and appealing matters handled at administrative hearings.  Marquez will discuss: •         Researching an administrative agencies authority to act and promulgate rules; •         The rulemaking process, to include notice and public comment; •         Representing clients before administrative agencies; •         Litigating matters before administrative agencies; and •         Appealing rulings, decisions, and orders of administrative agencies.
12/22/2017 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Live at the State Bar Center and Via Live Webcast! 5121 Masthead NE Albuquerque, NM 87109

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Daniel Marquez

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