How is an administrative law judge ("ALJ") to know his role in the modern bureaucracy? On the one hand, the law requires the ALJ to adjudicate legal disputes between the government agency and the individual, and on the other hand, a black-robed member of the judicial branch in- structs him that he is out of his jurisdiction. Who wins in this decades-long battle for turf?
C. S. Greer,
Expanding the Judicial Power of the Administrative Law Judge to Establish Efficiency and Fairness in Administrative Adjudication,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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