Federal and state agencies permeate everyday life, encompassing the proper functioning of schools, the workplace, environment and public benefits system. Agencies are tasked with carrying out laws by issuing rules which settle individual claims against the government and establishing appellate procedures that ensure justice.
- How is Administrative Law Different from Other Laws?
- Appealing an Administrative Decision
- Administrative Hearings
- Administrative Law
Administrative laws and agencies are generally comprised of three areas: education and schools, government agencies and programs and social security.
Education and Schools
- Suing the Public School System
- Right to Privacy at School
- What Is Acceptable Discipline at School?
- Public School Liability for Injuries
- Sexual Harassment
- School Field Trips
Government Agencies and Programs
- Environmental Laws
- Social Security Administration
- Types of Agencies and Programs
- What Are Veterans' Benefits?
- Retirement Benefits
- Disability Benefits
- Supplemental Security Income
- Survivor's Benefits
- What Should I Do if I Have Been Denied Social Security Benefits?
- Administrative Law Hearing
- National Social Security Appeals Council
- Sue the Social Security Administration
Seeking Legal Help
Since agencies create their own frameworks for carrying out laws, following administrative procedure can often be a complicated procedure as well as appeals process that differs from that of courts. It is best to have a qualified government attorney handle your case.