Based on a survey of the entire United States Code, the Sourcebook (available here) comprehensively analyzes more than 650 statutory provisions that govern how federal courts review agency rules and orders. Topics include the availability of review, choice of court, administrative exhaustion, limitations periods, and the scope and standard of review. The Sourcebook also includes a checklist to help Congress draft new or amend existing judicial review statutes.
Sharon Buccino (Natural Resources Defense Council)
Betty Jo Christian (Steptoe & Johnson LLP)
Lisa Heinzerling (Georgetown University Law Center)
Michael Herz (Benjamin Cardozo School of Law)
Kristin Hickman (University of Minnesota Law School)
Ron Levin (Washington University School of Law)
Richard J. Pierce, Jr. (The George Washington University Law School)
Jonathan Sallet (Steptoe & Johnson LLP)
Peter Shane (The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law)
Jonathan Siegel (The George Washington University Law School)
Kate Todd (formerly of U.S. Chamber Litigation Center)
Andrew Vollmer (Mercatus Center at George Mason University)
Allison Zieve (Public Citizen Litigation Group)
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