The author discusses the concepts of reviewability and standing as they apply to parties seeking judicial review of administrative action in Pennsylvania. Recent statutory and supreme court rule changes which have broadened the availability of judicial review in Pennsylvana are examined and offered as examples to be followed by states having less expansive systems of review. The author also examines the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's standing decision in William Penn and attempts to gauge its potential impact.
John K. Heisey,
Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Pennsylvania: An Updated Look at Reviewabillity and Standing,
Duq. L. Rev.
Available at: https://dsc.duq.edu/dlr/vol16/iss2/7