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  • 1. Federal Administrative Law Rules and Regulations
  • 2. What is Administrative Law?
    • Administrative law , also known as regulatory law , is law made by the the president and executive branch agencies and departments.
  • 3. How is Administrative Law Created?
    • Congress delegates their law making authority to the executive branch in statutes known as authority statutes .
    • With the power granted by authority statutes, the executive branch can engage in lawmaking .
  • 4. The Rulemaking Process
      • Laws resulting from rulemaking are called regulations , and resemble statutes.
      • Regulations tend to be more specific than statutes.
    • Rulemaking begins with the notice of agency interest in the topic and ends with the promulgation of a final rule.
    • The entirety of the rulemaking process is documented in the Federal Register .
  • 5. Federal Register
    • Published by the Office of the Federal Register and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
    • Published every weekday, except holidays
    • Totals about 60,000 pages per year
    • Pages are numbered consecutively from January 1 st through December 31 st
  • 6. Federal Register
    • Included in the Federal Register are
    • Proposed Rules
    • Final rules & regulations
    • Notices from agencies
    • Presidential documents
    • Sunshine Act meetings
  • 7. Federal Register
    • Citations in the Federal Register are listed by volume, page and date.
    • Example 75 FR 52602 (Aug. 26, 2010)
      • 75 th volume
      • Page 52,602
      • Published on August 26 th , 2010
  • 8. Federal Register
    • The Federal Register is available online at
      • GPO ’ s Federal Digital System (FDSys)
        • FREE!
        • PDF Format
        • 1994 – present
        • Can search by full text, citation, or use advanced search to combine factors
      • HeinOnline
        • Subscription is required (Free as a BU Law student)
        • PDF format
        • 1936 – present
        • Index is arranged alpha by agency
  • 9. Code of Federal Regulations
    • The codification of the general & permanent rules published in the Federal Register
    • Divided into 50 titles that represent broad subject areas subject to Federal regulation
    • Each volume is updated once a year and issued on a quarterly basis
    • Published by the governmental printing office
  • 10. Code of Federal Regulations
    • The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is cited by title and section
    • 21 CFR 528.1070 (2010)
      • Title 21
      • Section 528.1070
      • Year of publication 2010
  • 11. Code of Federal Regulations
    • Available Online at
      • GPO ’ s Federal Digital System (FDSys)
        • FREE!
        • PDF Format
        • 1996 – present
        • Can search by full text, citation, or use advanced search to combine factors
      • HeinOnline
        • Subscription is required (Free as a BU Law student)
        • PDF format
        • 1938 – present
        • Searchable by citation or by title, part & section
  • 12. Regulations.gov
    • Implemented in 2003
    • Designed for public, so user-friendly!
    • Online source for U.S. Federal government regulations from over 300 agencies
    • Search regulations (notices, proposed & final rules)
    • Submit comments on regulations or other comments
    • Sign up for email alerts on regulations
    • Subscribe to RSS feeds by agencies
  • 13. Regulations.gov
    • Search by
      • Document type
      • Agency
      • Topic
      • Keyword or ID
      • Date Range
      • Combination of all of the above
  • 14. Federal Agencies & Departments
    • USA.gov
      • Complete A – Z Index of Federal Agenices & Departments
    • CyberCemetary
      • Archive of government websites that have ceased operation
      • Maintained by GPO and the University of North Texas Libraries as part of the Federal Depository Library Program
      • Search by terms or browse
  • 15. President of the United States
    • The White House
      • Contains information from the current administration
      • Information about presidential action, legislation, weekly addresses, speeches & more
    • The American Presidency Project
      • Created in 1999
      • Maintained by John Woolley and Gerhard Peters at UC Santa Barbara
      • Contains over 95,000 documents related to the U.S. Presidency