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2023 Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium: “The Legitimacy of the State”

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New Paper — A Defence of Administrative Law Doctrine

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Recordings from the Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium 2022, “Artificial Administration: Automation, Digitization and Artificial Intelligence in Public Administration”

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The Canadian Launch of Understanding Administrative Law in the Common Law World: January 26, 11.30 EST

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Now Out: Administrative Law in Context 4th ed (Emond Montgomery, Toronto, 2021)

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Understanding Administrative Law in the Common Law World

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Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium 2021: Front-Line Administration (Free Registration Now Open)

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Administrative Law in Ireland, 5th edition

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Dr. Paul Daly: The Administrative Law Trilogy

Seminars with Dean Knight, Gillian Metzger, Matthew Lewans, Sarah Nason and Alison Young

Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium 2020: Key Concepts in Public Law

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Apex Courts and the Common Law

Leading public lawyers on the Privacy International litigation

Privacy International Blog Symposium

Administrative Law Matters

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Reminder: Peter Shane on Presidential Powers Wednesday 11.30 eastern time

A reminder that Professor Peter Shane (NYU) will be joining me on Wednesday, at 11.30 eastern time, in the latest instalment of this year’s Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium on “Executive Power“. Professor Shane and I will be discussing his book Democracy’s Chief Executive: In the eyes of modern-day presidentialists, the United States Constitution’s vesting […] Read more

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Losing Confidence: Ontario (Attorney General) v. Ontario (Information and Privacy Commissioner), 2024 SCC 4

The Supreme Court of Canada’s most recent entry in its standard of review catalogue is Ontario (Attorney General) v. Ontario (Information and Privacy Commissioner), 2024 SCC 4. Here, the Commissioner had ordered that mandate letters issued by the Premier of Ontario to his cabinet ministers should be released under the Freedom of Information and Protection […] Read more

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