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
II. STANDARDS OF REVIEW
IV. PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS
VI. SOLICITOR-CLIENT AND OTHER LEGAL PRIVILEGES
VII. ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, THE CONSTITUTION AND THE CHARTER
VIII. A MISCELLANY OF OTHER DEVELOPMENTS