Our lawyers regularly write papers and make presentations.
You can find some of the recent ones here.
Some Thoughts on Essential Concepts for Re-thinking Standards of Review in Administrative Law
Essential concepts in reviewing the nature and scope of judicial review 1. What is the purpose of judicial review? 2. Recognition of the sources of the courts’ authority to review decisions or actions by statutory delegates 3. The distinction between grounds for review and standards of review 4. What is the justification for deference? 5. What […]Read More
Administrative Law in 2017 Part II – Two Additional Cases
In addition to the cases noted in my annual paper, the following very recent decisions also deserve comment: 1. Garneau Community League v. Edmonton (City)—Capilano (Round Two) 2. Barreau du Québec v. Quebec (Attorney General)Read More
From Coast To Coast: The Year In Review In Administrative Law 2017
The past year has once again provided a number of interesting administrative law decisions which highlight the complexities encountered in judicial reviews and appeals. Cases involving standards of review and jurisdiction have been particularly plentiful, while a number of cases dealing with standing, procedural fairness, and the Charter are also worthy of note. TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION […]Read More