Although administrative agencies have been created to provide expeditious determinations of matters that courts and legislatures could not handle, delay still continues. Three basic methods of attacking the problem have been suggested – reduce the number of cases to be decided; increase the capacity of the system to decide the cases; and reduce the time required to decide individual cases.
Cramton, Roger C., "Causes and Cures of Administrative Delay" (1972). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. 934.
Published in: American Bar Association Journal, Vol. 58, No. 9 (September 1972).