Many of Mitchell's students pursue a career in public service by working in government.
This research guide is designed to complement the Government Practice Pathway (for civil law) which aids students in choosing classes that will prepare them for a career in public service.
As our society becomes more complex, agencies play a central role in managing our economy, natural resources and protecting public safety.
Government agencies play an increasing role in our lives and a vast literature cover this practice area.
This guide will introduce you to some of the resources useful for government practice, but we encourage you to consult a reference librarian to find resources tailored to your research query.
Scholars continue to debate the pros of cons of increasing government regulation, but no one questions that the government increasingly plays a role in protecting the public health and welfare. Scholarly treatments of these new developments in government practices include the following.