This course explores the range of remedies available to those who are aggrieved by some administrative action, inaction, or decision, and attempts to identify their respective strengths and limitations. Topics may include: the ability of agencies to reconsider their decisions; the power of agencies to determine the constitutional validity of their enabling legislation and their remedial powers; the relationship between administrative remedies and the exercise by the courts of their supervisory jurisdiction.


Pre-Requisite: For students outside of the specialization: LAW 6740 Administrative Law: Overview and Current Developments (ADLW) or LAW 6842P: Canadian Administrative Law (CCLW) or Demonstrated substantive knowledge on administrative law principles

Anti-requisite: LAW 6765 - Administrative Law Remedies

NCA equivalence:


Terms Offered

Winter 24

Video conference only

Course Section: M

3.0 credits

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