The Dis-Integration of Administrative Law: A Comment on Shapiro, 92 Yale Law Journal 1523 (1983)
Martin Shapiro's proposal to break "administrative discretion" down
into smaller units is a step in the right direction, but it does not go far
enough.1 In this Comment, I propose an alternative view which I call the
"dis-integration" of administrative law. I do not mean that administrative
law no longer exists, but rather that it is gradually becoming a more diffuse
and less powerful force in the law.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Elliott, E. Donald, "The Dis-Integration of Administrative Law: A Comment on Shapiro" (1983). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2193.