Administrative Law Review (ALR) (ISSN 0001 8368) is published quarterly by its student staff members at the American University Washington College of Law and by the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice of the American Bar Association. Price per copy to members and nonmembers, $10; per year to members, $10 (included in $60 dues); per year to law student members, $40 (electronic access free); to nonmembers who are not eligible to become members of the American Bar Association, $40 ($45 outside U.S. and U.S. possessions). A subscription form is available in the back of this issue.
ALR endeavors to be a forum for views on developments pertaining to administrative law, the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice, and other information that it believes to be of interest and use to its members and other readers.
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