Administrative Law Matters

Commentary on developments in administrative law, particularly judicial review of administrative action by common law courts.

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Plural Public Law: Relevance and Influence

I gave my inaugural lecture as the University Research Chair in Administrative Law at the University of Ottawa last month. You can watch the lecture here (after some introductory remarks from Dean Sylvestre, Chief Justice Wagner and Justice Bich). The comments from my respondents, Justice Stratas and Professor Cartier can be found here. This is […] Read more

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Plural Public Law: Methodologies

I gave my inaugural lecture as the University Research Chair in Administrative Law at the University of Ottawa earlier this month. You can watch the lecture here (after some introductory remarks from Dean Sylvestre, Chief Justice Wagner and Justice Bich). The comments from my respondents, Justice Stratas and Professor Cartier can be found here. This […] Read more

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Plural Public Law: Sources

I gave my inaugural lecture as the University Research Chair in Administrative Law at the University of Ottawa earlier this month. You can watch the lecture here (after some introductory remarks from Dean Sylvestre, Chief Justice Wagner and Justice Bich). The comments from my respondents, Justice Stratas and Professor Cartier can be found here. This […] Read more

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Plural Public Law: Principles

I gave my inaugural lecture as the University Research Chair in Administrative Law at the University of Ottawa last week. You can watch the lecture here (after some introductory remarks from Dean Sylvestre, Chief Justice Wagner and Justice Bich). The comments from my respondents, Justice Stratas and Professor Cartier can be found here. I posted […] Read more