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Administrative Law Research

This research guide provides resources for law students researching administrative law. It includes primary and secondary sources, federal sources, and Minnesota sources.

Research Guides

A Research Guide to the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations - compiled by the Law Librarians' Society of Washington, DC

Federal Register Tutorial - from the National Archives and Records Administration

Administrative Law Guide - from the Law Library of Congress

Tracking Current Federal Legislation and Regulations: A Guide to Basic Sources (PDF)- from the Congressional Research Service

CALI Lessons

There are several CALI lessons available to UST Law students to help learn about Administrative Law, including the following:

  • Basic Structure of the Federal Administrative Procedure Act
  • Formal Rulemaking
  • Hearing Procedures Required by Due Process - The Basic Analysis
  • Informal Rulemaking
  • Introduction and Sources of Authority for Administrative Law
  • Researching Federal Administrative Regulations
  • Scope of Judicial Review of Agency Decisions

Stop by the library services desk if you need a CALI authorization code, or email

Treatises & Other Commentary

Find these treatises and other relevant sources by searching the LibrarySearch catalog under the following subjects:

Administrative Law - United States

Administrative Procedure - United States