Administrative Due Process as Social-Cost Accounting, 9 Hofstra Law Review 1423 (1981)
When governmental-or, for the purposes of this Article, administrative-action deprives a person of life, liberty, or property, the Constitution requires that the affected individual be accorded "due process of law."1 However, the constitutional right thus defined is so open-textured that it seems to be a question in the form of an answer: What process is due process?
Date of Authorship for this Version
Mashaw, Jerry L., "Administrative Due Process as Social-Cost Accounting" (1981). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1151.