National Roundtable on Administrative Law: Pushing the Bounds of Administrative Law to Get Closer to Justice
Participation at this program is accredited in provinces where CLE requirements for lawyers are mandatory.
- Mr. Michael Gottheil, Executive Chair of the Social Justice Tribunals of Ontario
- Mr. Athanasios Hadjis, Senior Legal Counsel, Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada
- The Hon. James O’Reilly, Federal Court and Second Vice-President of CIAJ
Innovate. Collaborate. Crafting specialized processes and remedies. Embracing new visions of what justice means. These are all things that Tribunals do, generally with encouragement and applause from their user communities, legal academics and their government masters. Yet there are tension points, situations where tribunals experience judicial smackdowns, or confront the reality that they do not have the power or jurisdiction to give effect to their apparent brilliance. From one perspective, this may be seen as tribunals pushing the boundaries to get closer to substantive justice, not being content with the same old. For others, tribunals are taking this expert thing too far, cutting corners, playing fast and loose with fundamental rights and making assumptions about what constitutes justice.
Join our distinguished panel of tribunal members, judges, lawyers and academics as we explore issues ranging from settlements, to mediation-adjudication, to enforcing remedies and more.
Prof. Paul Daly, Senior Lecturer in Public Law, University of Cambridge
Join the Advanced Judicial Seminar on Administrative Law for our special guest’s presentation on June 1, at 4 p.m. Please confirm attendance using the National Roundtable on Administrative Law’s registration form.
For further information, please contact the Program Coordinator, Mary Plagakis
- 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