Program Chairs

Andrew Gibbs

General Counsel, National Litigation Sector, Justice Canada

Kate Glover Berger

Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School

Brendan van Niejenhuis

Stockwoods LLP

Administrative law moves fast and administrative lawyers and decision-makers are facing more demands than ever before to keep up.

Are you on top of the most significant recent developments and key cases in administrative law?

Deepen your understanding of the pressing issues on the Canadian administrative legal scene in a convenient and online format.

Get fully briefed on key developments in administrative law and practice across a wide range of topics, addressing the latest in litigation, decision-making, regulatory processes and enforcement, and adjudication.

Can’t make the date? Registration includes 120-day unlimited, online access to the recorded program.

What You’ll Learn

Our expert faculty will discuss the most pressing and relevant issues, including:

Key developments in Canadian administrative law in 2023

Privacy regulation in the changing digital landscape

Analysis of the POEC Final Report and updates on other current Commissions of Inquiry

Bars to Judicial Review: a look at Yatar and Viaguard

Ethics in statutory interpretation

Standard of Review update: review of regulations, procedural fairness, and the latest word from Abrametz

Cases to watch in 2024

New developments in the regulation of judges: Overview of Bill C-9 amendments to Judges Act 

Frivolous or vexatious Judicial Reviews: ethics and practice

Automation, Artificial Intelligence, and Administrative Law

Regulatory overload problems: Access to Justice, dispute volumes, appointment backlogs, and evolving technology

Who Should Attend

Lawyers who appear before agencies, boards and tribunals anywhere in Canada

Government counsel

Tribunal counsel

Tribunals and board members

Adjudicators

Regulators

Counsel who advise on government regulations and the regulatory process

Faculty

Program Chairs

Andrew Gibbs

General Counsel, National Litigation Sector, Justice Canada

Kate Glover Berger

Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School

Brendan van Niejenhuis

Stockwoods LLP

Instructors

Agenda

Register

Apr 17-18, 2024

$1,095 + TAX

Time

Apr 17-18, 2024
9:00 a.m – 4:15 p.m (ET)

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CPD and Accreditation

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CPD Hours
Format
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Substantive 9h 20m
Professionalism 3h 10m
Total 12h 30m
Law Society of British Columbia 11.25 hours

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