by Gene Doyle, LMSW
This 484 page manual, which is published by the New York State Department of Civil Service with assistance from the Government Law Center of Albany Law School, is designed to provide a starting point and general reference for Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) and Hearing Officers.
|Chapter 1||Introduction to Administrative Law|
|Chapter 2||The Administrative Law Judge|
|Chapter 3||Due Process of Law|
|Chapter 4||Pre-hearing Considerations|
|Chapter 5||Conduct of the Hearing|
|Chapter 6||The Decision|
|Chapter 7||Alternative Dispute Resolution|
|Chapter 8||Freedom of Information Law (FOIL)|
|Appendix B||Integrating Mediation into the Administrative Process|
|Appendix C||List of Agency Hearing Regulations|
|Appendix D||Agency Codes of Ethics for ALJs|
|Appendix E||State Administrative Procedure Act|
|Appendix F||Bibliography of Books, Reports, Articles and World Wide Web Sites on Administrative Law|
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