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New Paper: Struggling Towards Coherence in Canadian Administrative Law? Recent Cases on Standard of Review and Reasonableness

Paul Daly August 10, 2016

I have a new paper on Canadian administrative law, to be published shortly in the McGill Law Journal, entitled “Struggling Towards Coherence in Canadian Administrative Law? Recent Cases on Standard of Review and Reasonableness“. It is likely to be topical, in view of recent developments: the discussion in Wilson and the extra-judicial plea by Justice David Stratas for “doctrinal coherence […] 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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