Upcoming programs

Programs

Upcoming programs

Calendar

May 2024

Special Topics in Administrative Law (2024 Edition)

Location: In Person: Ottawa, ON
This biennial program is designed to provide judges with essential updates on the state of the law, and give them the opportunity to reflect on and critique recent developments
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is approved under Section 41 (1) of the Judges Act

June 2024

National Administrative Law Week (2024 Edition)

Location: In person - Ottawa, ON - and online
Join your colleagues from across Canada in person or online for this second edition of the National Administrative Law Week, organized jointly by CIAJ and the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT).
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation

Decision Writing Seminar
– Joint program with CCAT (2024 Edition)

Location: Online
This two-day seminar provides essential tools for decision writers, new or experienced, to improve their decision writing skills.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is accredited in provinces where CLE requirements for lawyers are mandatory

National Roundtable on Administrative Law (2024 Edition): "Law, Policy and the Public interest"

Location: In person - Ottawa, ON - and online
Join our distinguished panel of judges, lawyers, academics and tribunal members to discuss current administrative law topics.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
•Participation in this program is accredited in provinces where CLE requirements for lawyers are mandatory

Webinar | Navigating the legal landscape of Artificial Intelligence: understanding the present and anticipating the future

Location: Online: 90-minute webinar beginning at 11:30 am ET
An illuminating webinar on the complex evolution of law in relation to artificial intelligence, exploring current legal frameworks and anticipating future changes.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is accredited in provinces where CLE requirements for lawyers are mandatory

January 2025

Seminar in Administrative Law: Dealing Effectively with Judicial Review (2025 Edition)
– Joint program with the NJI

Location: In Person: Vancouver, BC
The program will include plenary sessions as well as small group workshops. It will also include demonstrations based on a fact situation.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is approved under Section 41 (1) of the Judges Act

February 2025

Seminar on Personal Prejudices and Cognitive Biases [2025 Edition]

Location: Online
This program open to all judges and administrative decision-makers aims to raise awareness of biases, and avoid their influence in reaching a decision.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is approved under Section 41 (1) of the Judges Act

May 2025

Decision Writing Seminar
– Joint program with CCAT (2025 Edition)

Location: Online
This two-day seminar provides essential tools for decision writers, new or experienced, to improve their decision writing skills.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is accredited in provinces where CLE requirements for lawyers are mandatory

June 2026

Special Topics in Administrative Law (2026 Edition)

Location: In Person: Ottawa, ON
This biennial program is designed to provide judges with essential updates on the state of the law, and give them the opportunity to reflect on and critique recent developments
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is approved under Section 41 (1) of the Judges Act

January 2027

Seminar in Administrative Law: Dealing Effectively with Judicial Review (2027 Edition)
– Joint program with the NJI

Location: In Person: Montreal, QC
The program will include plenary sessions as well as small group workshops. It will also include demonstrations based on a fact situation.
• Bilingual program with simultaneous interpretation
• Participation in this program is approved under Section 41 (1) of the Judges Act

Past programs