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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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Constraints, Correctness and the Charter: York Region District School Board v. Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario, 2024 SCC 22

I am very glad that I did not have to decide the tricky administrative law issues presented by York Region District School Board v. Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario, 2024 SCC 22. This is an important decision about the application of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms to public school boards and standard of review […] Read more

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Le droit civil et le droit administratif canadien: Les tribunaux de justice et le droit administratif

For context, see my introductory post. In this post I address the respective judicial styles of the civil law and common law provinces in Canada in matters of administrative law. A.  Les origines du contrôle judiciaire Nous avons hérité le contrôle judiciaire que nous connaissons aujourd’hui au Canada de l’Empire britannique.[1] Durant le 16e et […] Read more

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