Since the last report, administrative law in Virginia has continued to develop on both the legislative and judicial fronts. This year's General Assembly enacted amendments to the state's administrative procedure statute which embody the third and final round of recommendations by the Governor's Regulatory Reform Advisory Board. The major changes were the standardization of procedures for obtaining judicial review of state agency action and the embodiment in statute of a corps of independent hearing officers.
Note: This submission also includes a small preface from the Law Review Editorial Staff.
John P. Jones,
Annual Survey of Virginia Law: Administrative Procedure,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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