The Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice (CIAJ) participates in the improvement and advancement of the administration of justice by catering to the legislative drafting community. Its legislative drafting conferences are among the principal sources of continuing legal education for the legislative drafting community across Canada and attract participants from around the world as well. The CIAJ fulfills this mandate by organizing national conferences and webinars on legislative drafting.
- Making Laws in a Post-Modern World: Are You Ready?
- Charting Legislative Courses in a Complex World
- The New Legislative Counsel: At the Intersection of Law, Policy and Politics
- Nudging Regulations: Designing and Drafting Regulatory Instruments for the 21st Century
- Legislative Architecture – Building With Words
- Re-imaging the Law: Legislative Drafting Redefined
- Who Really Writes the Law?
- Drafting for Diversity: A Singular Challenge
- Legislative Drafting in Perspective
- Drafting to Communicate the Law: The State of the Art
- Legislative Drafting in the Global Village
- Legislative Drafting: Getting Results
- Legislative Drafting: Current Shock, Future Reality
- Regulations and By-Laws: Real Laws in the Real World
- Communicating the Law: Getting the Message Across
- Legal Drafting: Changing Times
- Legislative Drafting: International Perspectives
- The Language of the Law
- Legislative Drafting and Subordinate Legislation
- Legislative Drafting and Interpretation
- Judicial Review of Delegated Legislation: The Long and Winding Road to Vavilov
- Vavilov: Impact on Legislative Drafting
- A Rules-based Approach to Measuring Prescriptivity in Canadian Regulations
- Mesurer la prescriptivité de la réglementation canadienne
- L’intention du législateur: un construit juridique
- Legislative Drafting: Mathematics in Legislation
- Legislative Drafting and Legislative Forms: Plato, Prescription and Paradox
- Interpretation Acts
- Le principe de neutralité technologique : consécration jurisprudentielle et ambiguïté conceptuelle
- Technology-Neutral Drafting
- Inviting Drafting Instructions
The CIAJ also collaborates with key partners such as Athabasca University, the Association of Parliamentary Counsel in Canada, the Association of Legislative Counsel in Canada and other related professional institutions.