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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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Discriminatory By-Laws and Reasonableness: GSI Global Shelters Developments Ltd. v Rural Municipality of Last Mountain Valley No. 250, 2024 SKCA 30 and Canadian Natural Resources Limited v. Fishing Lake Metis Settlement, 2024 ABCA 131

In the classic case of Kruse v. Johnson, [1898] 2 QB 91, Lord Russell of Killowen CJ set out a test of unreasonableness for municipal by-laws. One basis for invalidity, under the broad heading of unreasonableness, was where the by-law in question was “found to be partial and unequal in [its]  operation as between different […] Read more

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Unsettling Practices in Public Administration: KR and LR (A Minor) v Health Service Executive [2024] IEHC 255

One of the great unseen issues in public administration is the settlement of applications for judicial review. There has been a general trend in recent years towards the encouragement of out-of-court negotiations between applicants and public bodies. There are obvious benefits to settlement, in terms of sparing scarce judicial resources, permitting both sides to retain […] Read more

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