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How Laws Are Made: The Administrative Agencies

By Sharon Bradley

Abstract

Law, as defined in Black’s Law Dictionary, is “a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controlling authority and having binding legal force.” Our laws come from our three branches of Government: legislative, executive, and judicial. These webinars will focus on the law-making activities of each branch, the documents that are created during the process, and how they are used by lawyers and legal researchers. Administrative agencies are part of the executive branch of Government headed by the President. They make laws through the rule-making process, but they also enforce the rules and have quasi-judicial power

Topics: Administrative Law
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Georgia Law
Year: 2017
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.law.uga.edu:speeches-1113
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