The area of state administrative law, relatively contemporary in origin, has undergone tremendous expansion and now encompasses a considerable body of common law as well as statutory enactments. As Mr. Justice Jackson has said, "The rise of administrative agencies has probably been the most significant legal trend of the last century." Concurrent with the rise in the number of agencies has been the recent enactments of, and amendments to, state administrative procedure acts. In view of the increasing amount of case law and commentary in the field of administrative law, this note confines itself to a survey of several of the principal procedural elements commonly found in state administrative procedure acts.
Note, A Survey of Principal Procedural Elements among State Administrative Procedures Acts, 22 Clev. St. L. Rev. 281 (1973)