Administrative law is the body of which is created to govern activities which are ruled by administrative agencies of the government. These laws must be implemented to be effective and even to be useful to the people intended, therefore being a branch of public law (Pestritto, 2007). The board deals with the decision-making of the administrative units of the government. As agencies of making the decision, they have to come with steps to implement these laws, most of the agencies are seen giving a notice of the proposed rulemaking, this discusses the intention the rule and the issue it is addressing. Then the agencies publish the rule and also open for questions from the intended audience, after receiving questions the agency can formulate and come up with the masterpiece of the law which is now released to the public officially. As in California, they use the APA method when advocating their laws; some even has the panel of judges who come to the certain conclusion which is fair.
Administrative law is seen in developing from the combination of some forces, some are in legal form others not, from the forces there is seen growth in economic and social development. As most laws govern the misconduct, therefore the society is seen to develop socially, the rate of the criminal case may reduce in which create the proper environment for the economy and political to grow. For example, a law governing shoplifters will reduce theft in shops, therefore contributing to the growth of the economy and even peace.
Mezler, E. l. (1935). The Growth and Development of Administrative Law. Marquette Law Review.
Pestritto, R. (2007). The Birth of the Administrative State: Where It Came From and What It Means for Limited Government. The Heritage foundation: Report Political Process.