The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals faced a number of Administrative Law issues in 1992, providing important decisions in the fields of immigration law and occupational safety. The decisions as a whole did not depart from standard principles of Administrative Law, however, the decisions did provide substantial refinements of those principles. The most compelling decision occurred in the field of immigration law and was the only decision to involve a dissenting opinion.
Davis, J. Michael
Mercer Law Review: Vol. 44
, Article 1.
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