Delay in Administrative Proceedings: Law Society of Saskatchewan v Abrametz

Readers may have noticed that I have not blogged about the important decision of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal on delay in administrative proceedings in Abrametz v Law Society of Saskatchewan, 2020 SKCA 81.

I became involved in the matter shortly after the Court of Appeal decision. The Law Society decided to seek leave to the Supreme Court of Canada: along with Alyssa Tomkins and Charles Daoust, I acted as counsel for the Law Society in its leave application.

The Supreme Court granted leave to appeal today and will hear the case in due course.

The leave application arguments will be posted to the Supreme Court’s website soon, as is the normal practice. So, too, in the coming months will the factums. You can keep an eye out for all those materials here.

This content has been updated on February 25, 2021 at 18:37.