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A collaboration between Osgoode Professional Development and the Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators (SOAR), our adjudication programs offer both foundational and advanced level coverage of principles and skills training for those who are looking to join, or are already working in, the adjudication sector.

Complimentary Information Sessions

November 20, 2024
Online (Live)

Certificate in Adjudication for Administrative Agencies, Boards and Tribunals 

September 16, 30, October 15, November 7 & 8, 2024
Online (Blended)

December 2-6, 2024
Online (Live)

Effective Decision Writing

September 16, 2024
Online (Live)

Who Should Attend

Certificate in Adjudication for Administrative Agencies, Boards and Tribunals

Recent appointees to administrative agencies, boards and tribunals

Professional regulators

Members of disciplinary bodies

Adjudicators from the provincial, federal or municipal sectors

Leaders required to conduct hearings in the broader public sector, including health and education

Professionals looking to transition into the adjudicative sector

Legal professionals who regularly appear in front of administrative boards, tribunals or agencies

Advanced Adjudication Programs

Graduates of the SOAR/OsgoodePD Certificate in Adjudication

Those with two or more years of full-time experience as an adjudicator, OR an equivalent amount of experience as a part-time adjudicator

Senior tribunal staff, such as counsel, who work closely with adjudicators and would benefit from advanced training in adjudication

Zirka Jakibchuk

Ontario College of Teachers

“A great practical program for new adjudicators, those interested in becoming adjudicators or those who appear before adjudicators! The program laid the framework for fair and effective adjudication. The presenters were knowledgeable and engaging, and the practitioners provided some very valuable tips and feedback.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Client and Technical Support

Have questions? Get advice in person, by email or over the phone.

Program content questions

Gail Geronimo, Program Lawyer