June 9, 2023
In person in Ottawa & Online
Participation in this program is accredited in provinces where CLE requirements for lawyers are mandatory.
This year’s National Roundtable on Administrative Law tackles bias and current administrative law issues. The program provides decision-makers with tools to recognize personal prejudices and cognitive biases in the decision-making process and avoid their effects on decisions.
This program is part of the first edition of the National Administrative Law Week*, organized jointly by CIAJ and the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT).
- Michael Gottheil, Accessibility Commissioner, Canadian Human Rights Commission
- Athanasios Hadjis, Vice-Chair, Canadian Human Rights Tribunal
- The Honourable James W. O’Reilly, Federal Court, CIAJ’s Past President
- Laurie E. Joe, Lawyer, Community Legal Services of Ottawa; Deputy Judge of the Small Claims Court, Superior Court of Justice (Ontario)
- Louis Legault, Director of Legal Services, Régie de l’Énergie du Québec
- Melissa Luhtanen, Senior Legal Counsel, Office of the Chief of the Commission and Tribunals, Alberta Human Rights Commission
- The Honourable Justice Sylvain Lussier, Superior Court of Québec
- Ian R. Mackenzie, Adjudicator (full-time), Federal Public Sector Labour Relations and Employment Board
- Lauren J. Wihak, partner, McDougall Gauley LLP
CIAJ Members: $550
Students (enrolled full-time at Canadian universities or at the Bar): $75