Federal hearing examiners
Hearing examiners are a vital element in the federal administrative process. The quality of administrative justice, as perceived by the citizens who are affected by Government, is greatly influenced by their actions. Federal hearing examiners enjoy great respect in the agencies and from the bar due to their general high quality and excellent performance over the years. During the next quarter-century under the Administrative Procedure Act we can expect even larger accomplishments to flow from the men who hold this high office.
Cramton, Roger C., "A Title Change for Federal Hearing Examiners? "A Rose by Any Other Name…”" (1972). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 929.
Published in: George Washington Law Review, Vol. 40, No. 5 (July 1972).