There exist more than forty federal executive and administrative agencies before which lawyers (and in many cases, laymen) may practice and serve the interests of clients. The complexities of our society, the specializations which are a by-product of a complex industrial state, and the persistent growth of government's bureaucracy, point up the continuing importance of practice before federal administrative agencies.
William H. Sager & Leslie S. Shapiro,
Administrative Practice Before Federal Agencies,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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