Administrative Law Outline

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Administrative Law Outline – p. 41-80 Chapter 1, Sec. D - Douglas Letter Article: o Federal gov’t lawyers are paid solely by gov’t (salaries set by Congress) to carry out  duties of a democratically elected gov’t o Many distinctions between private lawyers and public servants, mainly because: “The U.S. wins its point whenever justice is done its citizens in Court.”   not  true for private practitioner Each lawyer works under a different obligation Gov’t lawyers have special obligations (i.e. gov’t lawyers are not allowed to  engage in the “sharp” tactics that private lawyers do) -  Problem 1-5, p. 42 o In house lawyer for the DOJ.  The client is not the agency o The DOJ is the client. o Would he need to get permission to waive the defense?  By doing that he is  forfeiting the opportunity to win the case Have to look again at WHO is the client – the DOJ.  Letter may need to go to  his supervisor. The US wins when justice is done to its citizens - Problem 1-6, p.42 o New president was elected and made a lenient standard for granting permits o Jay is the local representative – government lawyers should always zealously abide  by president’s policies. ... - Notes and Questions, p. 42-44  (note: most of these notes are theoretical questions, not  all are noted here): o Note 1     .  Question of whether the government as a whole is the government lawyer’s 
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2010 for the course LAW 840 taught by Professor Tim during the Spring '10 term at University of Louisville.

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