Our lawyers regularly write papers and make presentations.
You can find some of the recent ones here.
2011: Recent Developments in Administrative Law
It seems appropriate to begin this year’s paper with the following judicial observation: The process for judicial review of the decisions of administrative tribunals is among the most difficult of common law creations to rationalize and apply. The criteria for judicial review are a fruitful source of angst and confusion for law students, lawyers and […]Read More
2010: Recent Developments in Administrative Law
The goal of this paper is to highlight significant developments in administrative law over the past year. The Supreme Court of Canada has not issued any earth-shaking or concept-changing administrative law decisions during the last year. Although there are still a number of outstanding issues, the lower courts are digesting Dunsmuir and Khosa about standards […]Read More
2009: Recent Developments in Administrative Law
Like in previous years, this paper highlights significant developments in administrative law over the past year. Decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada, provincial appeal courts and other noteworthy judicial and legislative trends will be identified in an attempt to give a broad overview of the ever-developing principles of administrative law. In 2008, the Supreme […]Read More