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Professor Gary Edles

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Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • School of Law and Politics

Summary

Gary Edles is a visiting professor from the United States, who now lives in Yorkshire. He was an adjunct professor for 18 years during the summer at American University Washington College of Law in Washington DC. He spent 28 years as a senior US civil servant, including six years as an administrative judge, before joining the American University and the University of Hull. For much of that period, he also taught administrative law to practising lawyers. He is listed in Who's Who in America and Who's Who in American Law.

Undergraduate

Undergraduate - American Public Law - Public Law and Administration - Comparative Law Postgraduate - American Public Law

Journal Article

Service on federal advisory commutees: A case study of OLG'S little-known emoluments clause jurisprudence

Edles, G. J. (2006). Service on federal advisory commutees: A case study of OLG'S little-known emoluments clause jurisprudence. Administrative law review, 58(1), 1-36

Foreword: There are men too gentle to live among wolves

Edles, G. (2005). Foreword: There are men too gentle to live among wolves. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511495137.002

An APA-default presumption for administrative hearings: Some thoughts on "ossifying" the adjudication process

Edles, G. J. (2003). An APA-default presumption for administrative hearings: Some thoughts on "ossifying" the adjudication process. Administrative law review, 55(4), 787-822

Established by practice: The theory and operation of independent federal agencies

Breger, M. J., & Edles, G. J. (2000). Established by practice: The theory and operation of independent federal agencies. Administrative law review, 52(4), 1111

The continuing need for an administrative conference

Edles, G. J. (1998). The continuing need for an administrative conference. Administrative law review, 50(1), 101