Campbell Law Review
Campbell L. Rev.
If one looks at how law affects day-to-day life, administrative law is arguably the most important area of law. Agencies make most laws and adjudicate most disputes. Despite its importance, administrative law is very unsettled. While the basic rules of tort and property law have not changed much over the past one hundred years, that is not the case for administrative law. There are still fights today over the scope of agency power and even the constitutionality of agency action.