Models of Administrative Justice

Oxford Handbook Of Administrative Justice

Yale Law & Economics Research Paper Forthcoming

33 Pages Posted: 31 Dec 2020

Date Written: October 29, 2020


Considerable scholarship over the past several decades has been devoted to exploring “models” of administrative justice. By “model” most authors seem to mean a particular administrative justice regime’s central characteristics such as its epistemological presuppositions, institutional structure, procedure commitments, and legitimating norms. This chapter explores that literature by describing alternative model-building efforts, critical commentary on existing models, and some applications of various models to illuminate and critique administrative justice practices in ongoing administrative systems.

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Mashaw, Jerry Louis, Models of Administrative Justice (October 29, 2020). Oxford Handbook Of Administrative Justice, Yale Law & Economics Research Paper Forthcoming, Available at SSRN: or

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