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Administrative Law, John Paul Jones, John R. Mohrmann Nov 2014

Administrative Law, John Paul Jones, John R. Mohrmann

University of Richmond Law Review

This article is a report of certain developments during the last two years relating to the Virginia Administrative Process Act ("the VAPA"), which governs rulemaking and adjudication of cases by state agencies as well as judicial review of both.


Administrative Law, John R. Mohrmann Jan 2014

Administrative Law, John R. Mohrmann

Law Student Publications

This article is a report of certain developments during the last two years relating to the Virginia Administrative Process Act ("the VAPA''), which governs rulemaking and adjudication of cases by state agencies as well as judicial review of both.


Assessing Effectiveness Of International Private Regulations In The Csr Arena, Martijn W. Scheltema Jan 2014

Assessing Effectiveness Of International Private Regulations In The Csr Arena, Martijn W. Scheltema

Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business

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Grounding Drones: Big Brother’S Tool Box Needs Regulation Not Elimination, Melanie Reid Jan 2014

Grounding Drones: Big Brother’S Tool Box Needs Regulation Not Elimination, Melanie Reid

Richmond Journal of Law & Technology

The Ford Model A was advertised as “the latest and best” in the world in 1903 and sparked global interest to design and create better, faster, and more complex machines than had ever traveled on land. Fast forward to the 21st century and creating machines that can travel around the world’s airspace appears to be the latest fascination. Until relatively recently, only airplanes and helicopters dominated the friendly skies. But now, the public is catching on to the idea that building an aircraft is easier that one might expect. In fact, a pilot is no longer necessary. Drones, also ...


Administrative Law, John Paul Jones Jan 2014

Administrative Law, John Paul Jones

Law Faculty Publications

This article is a report of certain developments during the last two years relating to the Virginia Administrative Process Act ("the VAPA"), which governs rulemaking and adjudication of cases by state agencies as well as judicial review of both.