Date: May 27, 2017 / 09:00 am
Location: Sheraton Wall Centre, Vancouver, BC
It seems the only constant in administrative law is that the principles keep changing. Is this a function of the law responding to evolving societal realities? Does it demonstrate that we have a healthy common law system, constantly fine-tuning the administrative apparatus of the state? Keynote Speaker: The Hon. Thomas Cromwell, Chair, Action Committee on Access to Civil and Family Justice
Date: May 31 - June 1, 2017
Location: Canadian Industrial Relations Board, 300 West Georgia Street, 5th Floor, Vancouver, BC
This two-day seminar on “Decision Writing” offered jointly by CIAJ and the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT), is designed for members of administrative agencies, boards, tribunals, etc. The seminar provides essential tools for decision writers, new or experienced, to improve their decision writing skills. It includes lectures, discussions, and workshops that stress the nature of good prose, gender neutral language and the special requirements and challenges of decision writing.