Administrative law is the part of legal aspect that deals with government agencies. They are responsible for creating, implementing, and enforcing specific regulations. The work of an administrative lawyer is very diverse, ranging from drafting documents and interacting with people to filing and arguing legal documents to judges.
The different administrative agencies are tasked with setting out the rules and regulations pertaining to a particular case or for the entire country population to follow. Some examples of administrative agencies in the US include the Department of Justice, Department of Defense, Federal Trade Commission, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of Homeland Security.
Each one of the administrative agency is responsible for a particular set of tasks and set out rules relating to their fields of expertise. The US administrative procedures act is the rule book for the way that administrative agencies follow and carry out their work.
The types of administrative law practice include:
• Writing • Counseling • Evaluation of claims • Representing agencies at hearings • Development of systems and processes for organizations • Administrative law judge • Enforcing rules and regulations • Challenging existing administrative regulations
Administrative lawyers make regulations that impact the way people conduct and lead their daily lives.