The six-minute administrative lawyer, 2011.
- Publication info:
- [Toronto, Ont.] : Continuing Professional Development, Law Society of Upper Canada, c2011.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- The six-minute administrative lawyer, 2011.
- Corporate Author:
Law Society of Upper Canada. Continuing Professional Development. [CPD Program] (2011 : Toronto, Ont.)
- Other Authors:
[Toronto, Ont.] : Continuing Professional Development, Law Society of Upper Canada, 2011
- Portion of Title:
- Administrative lawyer 2011
- Other Title:
- 6 minute administrative lawyer, 2011
- Meeting Name:
Six Minute Administrative Lawyer
- Item Description:
"Chaired by: Jeff G. Cowan, Janet E. Minor.""February 23, 2011.""CLE11-0020901-A-PUB.""SKU CLE11-00209."--T.p. verso.
- Physical Description:
1 v. (various pagings) ; 28 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Table of Contents
- Some thoughts on advocacy in judicial review proceedings / David Stratas
- Innovative strategies for resolving cases : are tribunals falling behind? / Graham J. Clarke
- The role of independent legal counsel at administrative tribunal hearings / Johanna Braden
- Charter arguments in administrative proceedings [presentation slides] / Paul Schabas
- Disability and access to justice before boards and tribunals / Ivana Petricone
- Disclosure issues in administrative proceedings / Andrew Pinto and Niiti Simmonds
- Tribunals by tweets : independence in the 21st century / Freya Kristjanson, Brendan McCutchen
- Three developments at the Human Rights Tribunal under Bill 107 / Raj Anand, Adam DeLuca
- Solicitor-client privilege in administrative proceedings / Adam M. Dodek
- Is there a Charter right of access to government information? : the Supreme Court of Canada's decision in Ontario (Public Safety and Security) v. Criminal Lawyers' Association / David Goodis, Allison Knight
- Duty of tribunals to give reasons : recent cases / by Chris G. Paliare [presented by Richard P. Stephenson]
- Administrative law : 2010 year in review / prepared by Sara Blake and Leslie McIntosh.