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Locating Federal Agency Decisions
Administrative law judges conduct hearings and issue decisions for federal agencies. Many of these decisions are published on the agency's website. Contents and coverage will vary, but check an agency website first.
Selected agency decisions. Browse Administrative Decisions & Guidance, and then select federal or state.
Selected agency decisions. In Lexis+ set your pre-filters to Administrative Materials, U.S. Federal, Administrative Law.
U.S. Government and Administrative agencies
U of V
This site from the University of Virginia Library provides links to decisions, guidance documents, advisory opinions, and policy letters.
Federal Agency Directories
Using a Citator to Locate Administrative Decisions
Use Shepards (Lexis+), KeyCite (Westlaw Edge), or BCite (Bloomberg Law) as a research tool to discover if there are any decisions or secondary sources discussing a CFR section.
Citators for Administrative Decisions
You can check to see if an administrative decision is still considered good law. Note that these databases contain only selected administrative decisions.
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