ABA book is a comprehensive desk-side companion for administrative lawyers

The American Bar Association recently released a new book, “Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 2017,” which keeps lawyers and scholars up to date on the past year’s most important cases.

Editor Robert A. Divis has gathered chapters from distinguished contributors to create the comprehensive guidebook of 2017’s crucial legislation.

Summaries of landmark cases in administrative adjudication, constitutional law and separation of powers, judicial review, rulemaking and government information and privacy are highlighted in the book.

It also keeps readers abreast of new developments in education, intergovernmental relations and securities, commodities and exchanges.

All chapters are included in both the paperback and e-book versions for the first time since 2011.