Program Chair(s)

Brendan van Niejenhuis

Stockwoods LLP

Kate Glover Berger

Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School

Sean Gaudet

Senior Counsel, Public Law Section, Justice Canada

Administrative law is changing rapidly and administrative lawyers and decision-makers are facing more demands than ever before.

Are you on top of the latest developments and key cases?

This celebrated annual forum returns for its fifteenth year, with an expert faculty providing useful and timely insights across all issues and sectors of administrative law as they stand at October 2020. 

Registration includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program.

What You’ll Learn

Administrative law and decision-making in times of public health emergencies and other contexts requiring rapid response

Bias thirty years after Consolidated Bathurst—when can agency leaders, internal counsel, agency members, and other advisors participate in tribunal decision-making?

Pressing fairness issues and developments, including cultural sensitivity and diversity, evidentiary issues in tribunal proceedings, and the use of novel technologies in administrative processes

Further analysis of the impact of the Supreme Court’s monumental decision in Vavilov/Bell and new developments in the law governing judicial review

Who Should Attend

Lawyers who appear before agencies, boards or tribunals

Government counsel

Tribunal counsel

Tribunal and board members




Program Chairs

Brendan van Niejenhuis

Stockwoods LLP

Kate Glover Berger

Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School

Sean Gaudet

Senior Counsel, Public Law Section, Justice Canada



 View the program brochure and agenda to see what you’ll learn from leading experts.


Recorded: Oct 6-7, 2020

$995 + HST

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EDI1h 15m
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