If you appear before, advise, or sit as a member of an administrative tribunal, you cannot afford to miss this exceptional event.
Canada’s administrative law landscape is constantly changing – making this one of the most intricate and specialized practice areas. Hear our faculty of seasoned legal experts on how to navigate these changes and adapt your practice and stay up-to–date with essential case law updates from across Canada.
Join us at The Canadian Institute’s 20th Annual conference on Advanced Administrative Law & Practice conference and get up-to-the minute critical information and practical tips from leading judges, counsel, tribunal chairs, and private practitioners.
The complete agenda will be released in spring 2020 but register now to take advantage of our best pricing option!KEEP ME NOTIFIED
A MUST-ATTEND EVENT FOR:
- Chairs and Vice-Chairs of Administrative Tribunals
- Tribunal Members, Counsel, and Paralegals
- Government, Agency, and Commission Lawyers
- Arbitrators and Mediators
- Municipal and University Decision-Makers and their Advisors
- Private Practitioners working in Administrative Contexts
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 2019 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW & PRACTICE CONFERENCE:
- Discussions from Counsel directly involved in the trilogy cases discuss which topics the Justices seem most interested in and if a decision has been made — what it will mean for the world of Administrative Law
- Paul Daly joined us to discuss the challenges and benefits on the incorporation of AI into admin law
- OMB to LPAT: Evaluating Bill 108 and rolling back much of Bill 139 — what does this mean for ongoing appeals, and appeals that are forthcoming
- Deciphering the new Crown Liability and Proceedings Act (CLPA), it’s important features and significant changes to the practice of Crown liability
KEYNOTE ADDRESS FROM RETIRED JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA:
The Honourable Marshall Rothstein C.C., Q.C.
DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER FACULTY:
University Research Chair in Admin Law Government
University of Ottawa
Senior General Counsel
Department of Justice Canada
Chief Privacy Officer and Archivist of Ontario
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services
Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario