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Administrative Law Research Guide   Tags: administrative law, agencies, cfr, code of federal regulations, federal register, regulations  

Last Updated: Feb 20, 2013 URL: http://law.libguides.depaul.edu/adlaw Print Guide RSS Updates

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Agencies

This section explains what agencies are and how they create and enforce regulations.

Documenting Regulations

Individual federal regulations are published in the Code of Federal Regulations and the Federal Register. This section explains how these publications are organized.

Sources and Strategies

This section explains the different electronic sources and strategies for for researching regulatory information.

Citators

This section explains the options for using citators for finding other materials such as court cases and other regulatory actions related to a regulation.

State Materials

States have regulatory structures similar but not identical to that of the federal government. This section identifies those structures and differences and offers strategies for researching state regulations.

Other Considerations

This section identifies other useful information related to researching administrative law.

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