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Emanuel Law Outlines for Administrative Law, Fifth Edition

Jack M. Beermann


  • ISBN: 9781543805673

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  • Additional Product Details
    Publication Date: 2/1/2020
    Copyright: 2020
    Paperback:  9781543805673

    Connected eBooks: 9781543822236

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  • Author Information

    Jack M. Beermann

    Jack Beermann's scholarship focuses on administrative law and civil rights litigation against state and local governments and their officials. Professor Beermann is co-author, with Ronald Cass and Colin Diver, on a widely used administrative law casebook. His articles have appeared in prominent American journals such as the Supreme Court Review, Stanford Law Review, UCLA Law Review, Duke Law Journal and Boston University Law Review, and in foreign law journals including Germany's Rechtstheorie and China's Administrative Law Review. Recent articles include ''Congressional Administration'' in the San Diego Law Review and the ''Constitutional Law of Presidential Transitions'' in the North Carolina Law Review. In 1998, he co-authored an article that examined civil rights violations in the popular television drama NYPD Blue.

    Before joining the Boston University faculty in 1984, Professor Beermann clerked for Judge Richard Cudahy of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. In 2008, he was visiting professor at Harvard Law School and in 1997, he was distinguished visiting professor at DePaul Law School. In 2004, 2005, and 2007, he taught at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel, and in 2002, he taught at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing. He has lectured in Israel, Germany, Australia, Morocco, Portugal and Canada. At BU, Professor Beermann currently teaches administrative law, civil rights litigation, introduction to American law (for foreign LLM students) and local government law.

    In his spare time, Professor Beermann is a certified baseball umpire and a youth baseball and basketball coach.