Examine the availability of judicial review for agency actions, with a particular focus on jurisdiction, reviewability, and preclusion.
Administrative agencies may create law or policy through rulemaking or adjudication. However, agencies do not have unlimited power and may be subject to judicial review. When a federal court considers a petition for judicial review of agency action, one of the first questions that must be answered is whether judicial review is available. Today, we’ll be discussing the availability of judicial review based on the issues of jurisdiction, reviewability, and preclusion.
Federal courts in the...