About This Course
This CLE course is designed to assist new or unfamiliar attorneys and Administrative Law Judges to understand general aspects of New York State administrative adjudicatory proceedings.
The itinerary includes instruction on the initial establishment of the New York State administrative hearing process, administrative law judges vs. other judges, the basic skills needed to conduct hearings, the relevant components of a hearing, the roles and functions of the parties and how to implement those regulatory standards at a hearing.
Essentially, the objective of this course and its material is to provide key points of New York State’s administrative hearing practices so attorneys, new to the hearing realm, will have a basic comprehension of its procedures. The goal at the end of this course is to instruct on how due process rights are safeguarded and civility in a hearing is sustained.