California administrative law refers to the law created by the California governor and California administrative agencies, including:
This guide provides information on where to find current regulations, how regulations are made, how to track pending regulations, how to research a regulation's history, and where to find administrative decisions, guidance, and executive orders and proclamations.
Most California administrative lawmaking is governed by a statute passed by the California legislature called the California Administrative Procedure Act:
One online guide and two print guides offer detailed information on how to research California administrative law:
The treatise Witkin on California Procedure discusses the substance of California administrative law in Chapter XIV. Administrative Proceedings and is available in print at the library and on Lexis and Westlaw: