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Administrative law is law made by the executive branch: federal and state agencies, the President, and governors.
Because administrative law is complex and varies by agency, it's especially important to start your research with a secondary source. Try treatises for researching specific questions and study aids and casebooks for additional background.
Primary sources of administrative law include:
This guide was originally created by Caitlin Hunter in 2018 and is regularly updated by the library staff.