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There are a number of treatises in the Law Library collection related to administrative law. You can search for relevant books in the ASU Library catalog by using the subject headings “administrative law” and “regulations.”

Administrative Law Treatise (Kenneth Culp Davis & Richard Pierce, current)
This three-volume title is recognized as the leading treatise in administrative law. It provides guidance on the administrative law governing a broad variety of topics as well as insight in to agency power and procedure.

Administrative Law (Jacob A. Stein & Glenn A. Mitchell, current - Lexis password required)
This single volume treatise, available on Lexis, provides an analysis of all aspects of administrative law and the administrative process.

Administrative Law and Practice (Richard Murphy & Charles Koch, current - Westlaw password required)
Administrative Law and Practice is a treatise, available on Westlaw, that provides advice, techniques, and tips on the procedures necessary for engaging federal and state agencies in all avenues of regulated conduct. 

Below is a select list of U.S. law journals with a national scope that focus on administrative or regulatory law.

Administrative Law Review
The Administrative Law Review is published by American University Washington College of Law students in conjunction with the American Bar Association's Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice. The Journal publishes articles by practicing lawyers, judges, and academics, as well as symposia, conferences, and meetings on current topics in administrative law. Available on HeinOnline (1949+, on-campus access or remotely with ASURITE) and Lexis (1996+, Lexis password required).

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary
Pepperdine University School of Law publishes the Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary in collaboration with the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary. The Journal publishes articles written by judges, professors, and lawyers on topics specific to developments affecting the administrative judiciary. Available on HeinOnline (1981+, on-campus access or remotely with ASURITE), Westlaw (2000+, Westlaw password required), and Lexis (1997+, Lexis password required).

Michigan Journal of Environmental and Administrative Law
The Michigan Journal of Environmental & Administrative Law publishes articles, student notes, comments, essays, and online blog posts on all aspects of environmental and administrative law. Available on HeinOnline (2012+, on-campus access or remotely with ASURITE), Westlaw (2012+, Westlaw password required), and Lexis (2012+, Lexis password required).

Yale Journal on Regulation
The Yale Journal on Regulation publishes in-depth scholarly articles by professors and legal practitioners twice a year on a rich array of topics including antitrust, bankruptcy, corporate law, energy, the environment, financial regulation, health care, information technology, tax, telecommunications, and utilities. Available on HeinOnline (1983+, on-campus access or remotely with ASURITE) and Westlaw (1984+, Westlaw password required).

Administrative Law Blog: Notice & CommentYale Journal on Regulation
This is a joint blog between the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice and the Yale Journal on Regulation. Content covers a wide variety of regulatory topics, including administrative law generally, financial regulation, corporate law, environmental law, bankruptcy law, and tax law. 

Comparative Administrative Law Blog, Yale Law School
The Comparative Administrative Law Blog from Yale Law School publishes lists of new scholarship on administrative law and regulation from around the world.

Jotwell - Administrative Law
Jotwell features brief law professor reviews of recent scholarly articles; this is the site location for articles specific to administrative law. 

The Regulatory Review
The Regulatory Review
is an online source of regulatory news, analysis, and opinion housed at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Review content is published every weekday and it features work contributed by law student staff members, scholars, judges, attorneys, and others interested in regulatory developments.

Subscription Databases

Lexis: Administrative Law (Lexis password required)
Lexis provides a central location for administrative law materials on its platform through this page, offering access to cases, administrative codes, and administrative decisions.

ProQuest Regulatory Insight (available on campus or remotely with ASURITE)
This ProQuest database provides access to administrative law histories organized by public law number and allows you to locate all regulatory actions associated with a specific CFR part or U.S. Code section.  It also has Federal Register documents available for 1977+ and the Code of Federal Regulations for 1991+.