National Administrative Law Week

Date: June 5-9, 2023
Price per person: See all prices on bottom page, including: Symposium & Roundtable Package (+ webinar as added bonus), member-rates, early bird fee, etc.
Location: Online & In Person

COVID-19

Join your colleagues from across Canada in person or online for this first edition of the National Administrative Law Week, organized jointly by the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice (CIAJ) and the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT). This five-day, cutting-edge training program offers a variety of activities on topical administrative law issues. More details will be announced in the coming weeks. Save the dates!

Who is it for?

The whole legal community is invited: tribunal members, lawyers, judges, academics and law students.

Activities

Note: It is possible to attend the activities separately.

Prices

Note: Early Bird Special fees available FOR IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE ONLY

− Package: Symposium & Roundtable (Webinar as added bonus):

In-person
CCAT or CIAJ Members: $850 ($1,000 after April 14, 3023)
Non-members: $1,200 ($1,400 after April 14, 2023)

Online
CCAT or CIAJ Members: $1,100
Non-members: $1,500

− CCAT Symposium Only (June 8, 2023) OR CIAJ Roundtable Only (June 9, 2023):

In-person
CCAT or CIAJ Members: $500 ($600 after April 14, 2023)
Non-members: $700 ($800 after April 14, 2023)

Online
CCAT or CIAJ Members: $550
Non-members: $750

− Webinar only (June 5, 2023):

CCAT or CIAJ Members: $45
Non-members: $85

− Cocktail only:

CCAT Symposium (June 9, 2023): $50
CIAJ Roundtable (June 8, 2023): $50


Contact

For further information, please contact the Project Manager of Multidisciplinary Programs, Mary Plagakis
Tel.: 514-731-2855
Email: mary.plagakis@ciaj-icaj.ca


Cancellation Policy:

  • 30 days or more before the event: Administration fees of $40
  • 7 days or more before the event: 50% of registration fees
  • Less than 7 days before the event: No refund

At any time, a participant may be replaced by another person without charge

COVID-19 Requirements

To protect everyone’s health, the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice asks participants, CIAJ staff, faculty members and speakers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 unless they benefit from a recognized medical exemption. This requirement is in addition to any restrictions or vaccination requirements that may be in force in the jurisdiction or at the venue where the event is being held. Masks are strongly recommended.