The Canadian Instituteâ€™s Fundamentals of Administrative Law & Practice
Venue: Sutton Place Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Apr 12, 2011||End Date/Time: Apr 13, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Mar 15, 2011|
Administrative law is one of the most challenging and complex areas of law to master. For instance, the â€œduty of fairnessâ€ can comprise one set of procedural safeguards in one situation and a completely different set in another. The rules of evidence for administrative hearings are completely different from those that govern trials in a court.
And thatâ€™s just the beginning!
This comprehensive course, taught by leading experts, will provide you with in-depth, nuts-and-bolts coverage of the fundamentals of administrative law and practice in Canada, including:
â€¢ Overview of the rules of natural justice and procedural fairness
â€¢ Exploring the availability of Charter remedies at the tribunal level
â€¢ Dealing effectively with evidentiary issues in administrative proceedings
â€¢ Understanding clustering, governance and accountability
â€¢ Making tribunal decisions and writing effective reasons
â€¢ Practical tips on improving practice before administrative tribunals
You will have ample opportunity to ask questions and compare notes with your peers. You will also benefit by receiving extensive written materials that will prove to be an invaluable resource long after the conference is over.