Refresh your memory of the general requirements of standing under the Constitution and federal law as it relates to judicial review of agency actions.
As you’ve learned, judicial review of agency action may be available to parties in federal court. However, parties must have standing in order to obtain judicial review, even when judicial review is available based on jurisdiction and reviewability. Today, we’ll be discussing the requirements of standing under constitutional and federal law.
Article III of the Constitution authorizes federal courts to hear cases and controversies. The requirements of standing are derived from Article III and...