Reminder: Sunny Kang, “Algorithmic Accountability in Public Administration: The GDPR Paradox”, Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium, Tuesday, March 8, 11.30

The next session in this year’s Administrative Law & Governance Colloquium, Artificial Administration: Automation, Digitization and Artificial Intelligence in Public Administration, takes place on Tuesday, March 8 at 11.30 eastern. Register here. Or join directly here. Dr. Sunny Kang (Visa) will be addressing “Algorithmic Accountability in Public Administration: The GDPR Paradox”. Here is her bio: […] Read more


Rabinder Singh, The Unity of Law

Hart Publishing is kindly offering a discount for Administrative Law Matters readers on Rabinder Singh, The Unity of Law. Lord Justice Singh is a senior member of the British judiciary and was, prior to his appointment to the bench, a leading barrister with a broad practice in public and commercial law (one of the last […] Read more


Determining Whether There is a “Public Order Emergency” in Canada: How Would the Courts Approach the Issue?

In earlier posts on this week’s s declaration of a “public order emergency”, I have considered whether asset freezing is authorized in a “public order emergency” (see here) and outlined the scope of the emergency measures adopted last night (see here). In this post, I consider the legal standard for declaring a “public order emergency” […] Read more