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Appendix F:

Bibliography of Books, Reports, Articles and World Wide Web Sites on Administrative Law




Periodicals

Hearings

Jon C. Dubin, Torquemada Meets Kafka: the Misapplication of the Issue Exhaustion Doctrine to Inquisitorial Administrative Proceedings, 97Colum.L.Rev.1289 (1997).

Todd G. Cosenza, Note Preserving Procedural Due Process for Legal Immigrants Receiving Food Stamps in Light of the Personal Responsibility Act of 1996, 65 Fordham L. Rev.2065 (1997).

Burt Neuborne, Essay Who's Afraid of the Human Rights Commission? 23FordhamUrb.L.J.1139 (1996).

Edward McGonagle, 1994-95 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 46SyracuseL.Rev.235 (1995).

Robert J. Axelrod, Social Security the Politics of Nonacquiescence: the Legacy of Stieberger V. Sullivan, 60Brook.L.Rev.765 (1994).

Edward McGonagle, 1992 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 44SyracuseL.Rev.11 (1993).

Edward McGonagle, 1991 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 43SyracuseL.Rev.5 (1992).

Mary A. Lynch, Legal Development Who Should Hear the Voices of Children with Disabilities: Proposed Changes in Due Process in New York's Special Education System, 55Alb.L.Rev.179 (1991).

Edward McGonagle, 1990 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 42SyracuseL.Rev.281 (1991).

William H. Simon, Symposium, The Legacy of Goldberg v. Kelly: A Twenty-Year Perspective the Rule of Law and the Two Realms of Welfare Administration, 56 Brook. L. Rev.777 (1990).

Harold M. Freiman, 'Some Get a Little and Some Get None': When Is Process Due Through Child Welfare and Foster Care Fair Hearings under P.l. 96 272? 20Colum.Hum.Rts.L.Rev.343 (1989).

Robert S. Berger, the Psychiatric Expert as Due Process Decisionmaker, 33Buff.L.Rev.681 (1984).

Michael R. Lanzarone, Professional Discipline: Unfairness and Inefficiency in the Administrative Process, 51FordhamL.Rev.818 (1983).

Owen M. Fiss, Symposium, The Legacy of Goldberg v. Kelly: A Twenty-Year Perspective Reason in All its Splendor, 56Brook.L.Rev.789 (1990).

Cesar A. Persales, Symposium, The Legacy of Goldberg v. Kelly: A Twenty Year Perspective the Fair Hearings Process: Guardian of the Social Service System Hon., 56Brook.L.Rev.889 (1990).

Edward McGonagle, Administrative Law, 47SyracuseL.Rev.299 (1997).

Leslie F. Burns & Gregg A. Grauer, Note Human Capital as Marital Property, 19HofstraL.Rev.499 (1990).

Paul V. Majkowski, Note Triggering the Liability Insurer's Duty to Defend in Environmental Proceedings: Does Potentially Responsible Party Notification Constitute a "Suit"? 67St.John'sL.Rev.383 (1993).

Nancy Mandelker Frieden, Note the Constitutional Rights of Natural Parents under New York's Adoption Statutes, 12 N.Y.U. Rev. L.&Soc. Change 617 (1983/1984).

Vincent Martin Bonventre, the Duty of Fair Representation under the Taylor Law: Supreme Court Development, New York State Adoption and a Call for Independence, 20FordhamUrb.L.J.1 (1992).

Daniel J. Gifford, Adjudication in Independent Tribunals: the Role of an Alternative Agency Structure, 66NotreDameL.Rev.965 (1991).

Michael S. Taheri, Ten Tips for Winning (?) A Refusal Hearing, 69 AUGN.Y. St.B.J.58 (1997).

Due Process

Christopher E. Austin, Note Due Process, Court Access Fees, and the Right to Litigate, 57N.Y.U.L.Rev.768 (1982).

James P. Durling, Note Testing the Tests: the Due Process Implications of Minimum Competency Testing, 59N.Y.U.L.Rev.577 (1984).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Essay the Due Process Counterrevolution of the 1990s? 96Colum.L.Rev.1973 (1996).

Geoffrey Mort, Note Establishing a Right to Shelter for the Homeless, 50Brook.L.Rev.939 (1984).

New York State Constitutional Decisions: 1994 Compilation* Due Process, 11TouroL.Rev.799 (1995).

Robert A. Barker, Binding Administrative Decisions, N.Y.L.J., May 19, 1998, at 1.

Bernard Schwartz, 1983 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 35 Syracuse L. Rev. 1 (1984).

Gary Spencer, State's administrative hearing process reformed: legislature approves bill to establish control office to supervise appeals of agency rulings, N.Y.L.J., June 30, 1989, at 1.

Bernard Schwartz, 1978 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 30 Syracuse L. Rev. 1 (1979).

Administrative Procedures for resolving complex policy questions: a proposal for proof dissection, 47 Alb. L. Rev. 1086 (1983).

CPLR2103 (b): Extension of time for service by mail does not apply to administrative proceedings, 58 St. John's L. Rev. 184 (1983).

Bernard Schwartz, 1984 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 36 Syracuse L. Rev. 1 (1985).

Bernard Schwartz, 1986 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 38 Syracuse L. Rev. 1 (1987).

Record

Edward McGonagle, 1993-94 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 45SyracuseL.Rev.1 (1994).


Presiding Officers

Edward McGonagle, 1992 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 44SyracuseL.Rev.11 (1993).

Jay C. Carlisle, Simplified Procedure for Court Determination of Disputes under New York's Civil Practice Law and Rules, 54Brook.L.Rev.95 (1988).

Patrick J. Borchers, Making Findings of Fact and Preparing a Decision in New York Administrative Adjudication, 11 Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judges 85 (1991).

Monroe I. Katcher II, New York's exclusive Administrative Law Judge, 54 N.Y.St. B.J. 80 (1982).


Evidence

Joseph Mark Poerio, Fairness in New York's administrative process: a call for revival of the residuum of legal evidence rule, 57 N.Y.S. B. J. 26 (1985).

Decisions, determinations and orders

Victor M. Goode, Essay Some Thoughts and Reflections on the Fortieth Anniversary of the New York City Human Rights Commission, 23FordhamUrb.L.J.1053 (1996).

Edward McGonagle, 1991 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 43SyracuseL.Rev.5 (1992).

Edward McGonagle, 1990 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 42SyracuseL.Rev.281 (1991).

Martin A. Hotvet, Substantial Evidence Review: Adequacy of the Deliberative Process, 68 NOV N.Y. St. B.J. 24 (1996).

Leslie F. Burns & Gregg A. Grauer, Note Human Capital as Marital Property, 19HofstraL.Rev.499 (1990).

Bernard Schwartz, 1985 Survey of New York Law: Administrative Law, 37 Syracuse L. Rev. 199 (1986).

Central Panel

Gary Spencer, Action Likely on Juries, Probate, Hearings, N.Y.L.J., July 1, 1993, at 1.

Gary Spencer, A Third Time, Vetoes Administrative Hearings Bill, N.Y.L.J., Oct. 31, 1991, at 1.

Gary Spencer, A New Drive for Administrative Reform, N.Y.L.J., Aug. 21, 1991, at 1.

Preclusion

Jay Carlisle, Getting a Full Bite of the Apple: When Should the Doctrine of Issue Preclusion Make an Administrative or Arbitral Determination Binding in a Court of Law? 55FordhamL.Rev.63 (1986).

Judith Resnik, Symposium: Preclusion In A Federal System Precluding Appeals, 70CornellL.Rev.603 (1985).

Jay C. Carlisle, Administrative and Arbitral Issue Preclusion in Subsequent Judicial Proceedings, 16 Westchester B.J. (l989).

Other

Jeffrey W. Stempel, Symposium Two Cheers for Specialization, 61Brook.L.Rev.67 (1995).

Annual Issue on New York State Constitutional Law New York State Constitutional Decisions: 1992 Compilation, 9TouroL.Rev.763 (1993).

Judah A. Shechter, Note De Novo Judicial Review of Administrative Agency Factual Determinations Implicating Constitutional Rights, 88Colum.L.Rev.1483 (1988).

Edward Brunet, Book Review Blending State and Federal Administrative Law, 75CornellL.Rev.366 (1990).

Stanley S. Herr, Colloquium: Rights of People with Disabilities Representation of Clients with Disabilities: Issues of Ethics and Control, 17 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change609 (1989/1990).

Nancy Morawetz, Colloquium: Social Welfare Policy and Law Welfare Litigation to Prevent Homelessness, 16N.Y.U.Rev.L.&Soc.Change565 (1988/1989).

Edward B. Foley, Note Unauthorized Conduct of State Officials under the Fourteenth Amendment: Hudson V. Palmer and the Resurrection of Dead Doctrines, 85Colum.L.Rev.837 (1985).

Gordon G. Young, Public Rights and the Federal Judicial Power: from Murray's Lessee Through Crowell to Schor, 35Buff.L.Rev.765 (1986).

Patricia E. Salkin, News from the States, 20

WTRAdmin.&Reg.L.News10 (1995).

Daniel J. Gifford, The New York State Administrative Procedure Act: Some Reflections Upon Its Structure and Legislative History, 26 Buff, L. Rev. 589 (1977).

Separation of Powers

Jay C. Carlisle, Simplified Procedure for Court Determination of Disputes under New York's Civil Practice Law and Rules, 54Brook.L.Rev.95 (1988).

Peter L. Strauss, Symposium: Bowsher V. Synar Formal and Functional Approaches to Separation

Powers Questions a Foolish Inconsistency? 72CornellL.Rev.488 (1987).

Edward McGonagle: Administrative Law, 47SyracuseL.Rev.299 (1997).


Texts

Patrick J. Borchers & David L. Markell, New York State Administrative Procedure and Practice (1995).



Reports

Government Law Center, Art of Administrative Adjudication (1991).

Government Law Center, Ethical Considerations in Administrative Adjudication (1990).

New York State Bar Association, Report of the Task Force on Administrative Adjudication (July 19, 1988).

Documents

Administrative Adjudication Compliance Report: prepared pursuant to Executive Order No. 131 by the New York Division of Housing and Community Renewal for the period from Dec. 1, 1992 to Nov. 30, 1994.

World Wide Web

Each of the States listed below have their own home page which allows viewers to visit either the executive, judicial or legislative branch of government. Many of the states provide a list of agencies on the web, bill tracking and a search engine to allow viewers to locate specific information.

State Resources

1. Alabama, The search engine allows viewers to locate agency rules, codes, publications and forms, which can be downloaded from the web.

http://www.state.al.us/2K1

2. Alaska, The search engine provides viewers with publications and general information regarding each agency.

http://www.state.ak.us/local/akdir.htm

http://www.state.ak.us/local/akpages/admin/ota/homeota.htm

3. Arizona, The Office of Administrative Hearings

provides viewers with forms, a calendar of upcoming hearings and a list of procedures/rules which would be helpful to a defendant.

http://www.azoah.com/

http://www.state.az.us/

4. Arkansas, The search engine allows viewers to locate general information regarding administrative law judges and calendars of upcoming hearings for selected agencies.

http://www.state.ar.us/

5. California, The Office of Administrative Hearings and the Office of Administrative Law maintain their own web sites which contain rules, statutes, forms, publications and instructional information for those who are approaching a hearing.

http://www.dgs.ca.gov/oah/

http://www.oal.ca.gov/

6. Colorado, Their central hearing office contains actual cases, schedules, rules and instructional information for future defendants.

http://www.colorado.gov

http://www.state.co.us/gov_dir/gss/doah/index.htm

7. Connecticut, The search engine allows viewers to locate agency rules and selected outlines of various agency procedures.

http://www.state.ct.us/index.asp

8. Delaware, This site provides general information of executive agencies.

http://www.delaware.gov/

9. Florida, The State of Florida Division of Administrative Hearings allows visitors to view hearings, rules and calendars of future hearings.

http://www.doah.state.fl.us/

10. Georgia, This site contains a list of rules, procedures and rights of individual defendants.

http://www.state.ga.us/index/state.cgi


11. Hawaii, The search engine allows viewers to locate specific agency hearings and rules.

http://www.state.hi.us

12. Idaho, These sites provide a statewide rules index, which directly links to each of the state's agencies.

http://www.accessidaho.org/

13. Illinois, The Department of Administrative Hearings provides viewers with rules, procedures and information.

http://www100.state.il.us/

http://www.state.il.us/search/

http://www.sos.state.il.us/depts/adm_hear/adm_home.html

14. Indiana, The search engine locates agency ethics, codes, rules, procedures and hearings.

http://www.ai.org/ai/gov/agencycomplete.html

15. Iowa, The Department of Inspections and Appeals contains general information.

http://www.state.ia.us/

http://www.state.ia.us/government/dia/index.html

16. Kansas, A subscription is required in order to enter this site. It contains administrative regulations.

http://www.accesskansas.org/

17. Kentucky, This web site provides viewers with rules, procedures and cases of selected agencies.

http://www.kydirect.net/

18. Louisiana, The search engine allows viewers to locate administrative codes and the state register.

http://www.state.la.us/

http://www.state.la.us/search.htm

19. Maine, This site lists agencies that conduct hearings and provides viewers with instructional information.

http://www.state.me.us/

20. Maryland, The Office of Administrative Hearings publishes a statement of purpose. Visitors can locate the rules and regulations of selected agencies.

http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/msa/mdmanual/25ind/html/01adminf.html/

21. Massachusetts, The web site allows viewers to locate legislation, policies, regulations and rules of various agencies.

http://www.magnet.state.ma.us/

22. Michigan, The search engine locates the codes, rules and regulations of selected agencies.

http://www.michigan.gov

23. Minnesota, The Office of Administrative Hearings provides viewers with instructional information.

http://www.state.mn.us/

http://www.oah.state.mn.us/

24. Mississippi, These web sites list all agencies codes and regulations.

http://www.ms.gov

http://www.mslawyer.com/statedept/lncmac.htm

25. Missouri, These web sites provide calendars for hearings and bills relating to administration.

http://www.state.mo.us/

http://www.state.mo.us/server.shtml

26. Montana, This site contains a list of agency hearings and procedures for selected agencies.

http://www.discoveringmontana.com/css/default.asp

27. Nebraska, The search engine allows viewers to locate statutes and schedules of upcoming hearings.

http://www.state.ne.us/

28. Nevada, This site provides codes and statutes of selected agencies.

http://www.state.nv.us/

29. New Hampshire, The web site provides regulations and instructional information for selected agencies.

http://www.state.nh.us/

30. New Jersey, This site contains a list of various regulations and rules.

http://www.state.nj.us/

31. New Mexico, There are a few agencies that have listed their regulations, publications and reports.

http://www.state.nm.us/

32. New York, This site provides access to agencies that conduct hearings and to agency regulations.

http://www.state.ny.us/

33. North Carolina, The Office of Administrative Hearings contains rules, regulations, procedures, forms, decisions and instructions.

http://www.ncgov.com/

34. North Dakota, The Central Personnel Administration provides a list of rules and procedures. Other agency information can be obtained through its search engine.

http://www.discovernd.com/

35. Ohio, The web site provides rules and forms for selected agencies.

http://www.ohio.gov/

36. Oklahoma, These sites contain rules, procedures, due process information and instructions.

http://www.oklaosf.state.ok.us/

http://www.oesc.state.ok.us/ui/appeals-hd.htm

37. Oregon, The search engine allows visitors to review hearings, summaries, rules, procedures and instructional information.

http://www.oregon.gov

38. Pennsylvania, The search engine locates texts, reports and hearings of various agencies.

http://www.state.pa.us/papower/

39. Rhode Island, Selected agencies provide publications and briefs for viewing.

http://www.doa.state.ri.us/

40. South Carolina, The search engine allows viewers to locate administrative codes and rules.

http://www.myscgov.com

41. South Dakota, These sites provide a list of administrative rules. The Office of Hearing Examiners contains general information.

http://www.state.sd.us/

http://www.state.sd.us/state/executive/boa/ohe.htm

42. Tennessee, This site contains general information and instructions.

http://www.state.tn.us/

43. Texas, The State Office of Administrative Hearings contains a list of rules and regulations.

http://www.texas.gov/

http://www.soah.state.tx.us/

44. Utah, The search engine locates codes and procedures of particular agencies.

http://www.utah.gov

http://www.rules.state.ut.us/

45. Vermont, The search engine locates codes and procedures of particular agencies.

http://www.state.vt.us/

46. Virginia, Virginia's Administrative Law Advisory committee publishes an annual study.

http://www.state.va.us/

47. Washington, This site contains an index of hearings and decisions.

http://www.access.wa.gov

48. West Virginia, The search engine allows visitors to view decisions, rules, procedures and an administrative rules index.

http://www.state.wv.us/

49. Wisconsin, A regulatory digest is published on this web site.

http://www.wisconsin.gov/state/home

50. Wyoming, The Office of Administrative Hearings provides a list of cited authorities.

http://www.state.wy.us/

General Resource

"Search Engine" provides a detailed listing of city, county, state, multi-state, Federal and National web sites.

http://www.statelocalgov.net/index.cfm

Federal Government

http://www.house.gov/

http://www.senate.gov/

http://www.whitehouse.gov/

National Resources

1) ABA/FSU, The web site provides Federal Administrative information through cross-links to news, agency, statutes, Thomas, case web sites. State information is also provided through cross-links to individual state statute web sites.

http://www.law.fsu.edu/library/admin/index.html

2) Cornell's web site allows visitors to view administrative codes for selected states.

http://www.law.cornell.edu/index.html

News

1) N.Y. Law Journal contains articles directly concerning N.Y.S. Administrative Adjudication.

http://www.law.com/ny/

2) N.Y.S. Bar Association's search engine locates articles concerning Administrative Adjudication.

http://www.nysba.org/

3) Admin. Reg. Law News provides national and New York Administrative Adjudication information.

http://www.abanet.org/adminlaw/news/

 
 
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