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Administrative Law Values V: Substantive Review

I have a new essay on SSRN, “Administrative Law: A Values-Based Approach“, prepared for the inaugural Public Law Conference at the University of Cambridge later this year. This is the latest in a series of mini-posts. Download the whole essay here. Substantive Review In many jurisdictions it is now accepted that where an administrative decision-maker […] Read more

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Standards of Review: The ABCA Weighs In

A well-written student note takes me to task for my interpretation of Catalyst Paper Corp. v. North Cowichan (District), [2012] 1 SCR 5. Catalyst has not (yet) proved to be catalytic. It has not been applied to delegated legislation or decisions taken by other elected bodies. I unhesitatingly concede that Canadian courts have treated Catalyst […] Read more

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Libertarian Administrative Law

Adrian Vermeule and Cass Sunstein have an intriguing new paper on Libertarian Administrative Law: In recent years, several judges on the nation’s most important regulatory court — the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit — have given birth to libertarian administrative law, in the form of a series of judge-made […] Read more