Administrative Law Matters


Brexit : analyse juridique

Paul Daly June 14, 2016

I am currently on holiday in Ireland, where I have a ringside view of the debate over Brexit — whether the British people should vote on June 23 to leave the European Union. Just as things are hotting up — and the polls begin to indicate that a majority may well vote in favour of […] Read more


Supreme Courts and the Common Law (8 hour webcast)

May 28, 2016

We are literally in the middle of packing our bags today, so this is a quick note to draw your attention to the availability of the webcast from Supreme Courts and the Common Law, held at the Cyberjustice Laboratory last Friday. Chief Justice McLachlin kicks off the event (after some introductory remarks from me, Guy […] Read more


Guest Post, Sébastien Grammond: Can Parliament enact a requirement that Supreme Court judges be bilingual?

Paul Daly May 13, 2016

One could be forgiven for thinking that the Supreme Court settled this question definitively in the following quote from the Reference re Supreme Court Act : Both the general eligibility requirements for appointment and the specific eligibility requirements for appointment from Quebec are aspects of the composition of the Court.  It follows that any substantive change […] Read more

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Paul Daly is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law at the Université de Montréal. Prof. Daly completed his doctoral thesis at the University of Cambridge, where he held a National University of Ireland Travelling Scholarship and a Modern Law Review Scholarship.

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