Administrative Law Judge (ALJ)

Definition of "Administrative Law Judge (ALJ)"
  1. A government-employed professional who oversees hearings and appeals related to governmental agencies, typically possessing experience in the agency's specific field of interest
How to use "Administrative Law Judge (ALJ)" in a sentence
  1. The Administrative Law Judge will review the case involving the environmental agency.
  2. After a lengthy hearing, the Administrative Law Judge decided in favor of the healthcare agency.
  3. An Administrative Law Judge will preside over the tax appeal.

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