Teaching Administrative Law Outside the Classroom: Ballotpedia’s Christopher Nelson
We admit it, administrative law is a complicated subject -- and, some say, a notoriously dull one. AdLaw is often a challenging subject to teach in the classroom, and even more challenging outside of it. The Gray Center is only one of several institutions that attempt to bring these issues to non-specialists. Another is Ballotpedia.org: Two years ago it created an Administrative State Project to serve as a public resource on administrative law, and today its encyclopedic website offers hundreds of pages of educational materials on the administrative state's modern work and historical underpinnings. In this episode, Adam is joined by Christopher Nelson, who manages Ballotpedia's Administrative State Project.
Featuring Christopher Nelson and Adam White.
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