An introduction to the symposium issue, which is focused on the administrative process. The judicial system of this country has generally enjoyed a reputation as a system truly providing equal justice for all. The administrative process does not share this tradition. While court decisions are often questioned, the system generally is not. However, it is often the administrative process, as well as individual decisions, that is characterized as arbitrary. It is toward this charge of arbitrariness that our symposium is directed.
47 Neb. L. Rev.
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