Sacramento County Bar Association Administrative Law Section
Brings public and private lawyers together to consider significant issues in the growing field of administrative law.There are approximately 100 members of the Administrative Law Section, both private practitioners and state or local government attorneys, who practice in what is commonly referred to as a “niche” area of law.
2019 SECTION OFFICERS
The Section Officers are elected annually and have monthly meetings to discuss events, collaboration with other sections and bar associations, and to brainstorm on how it can contribute to the Sacramento-area legal community, as well as the community in general. All members are invited to attend Section Officer meetings to join in the discussion.
- Administrative Law is the practice within, before, or against administrative agencies of government. The practice may entail the formation and enforcement of executive branch regulations and rulemaking. Most common to the practice is participating in the administrative hearing process and its cross-over into the judicial branch by way writs. The substance of the disputes to be resolved can be just about anything, from employment, professional and business licensing, public contracting, permitting, land use, and participation in government programs, to just scratch the surface.
- Although California has many local bar associations, we think that the Sacramento County Bar Association may be the only one with an active Administrative Law Section. And it would have never even came about but for the creative vision of its founders, Richard K. Turner and Robert J. Sullivan. And it never would have survived but for the persistence and efforts of sustaining leaders, Heather Hoganson, Steven L. Simas, and Eric Feller. For them, we are forever grateful.
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