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Administrative Law


Administrative law in Canada addresses the actions and operations of governments and their agencies. It covers the way Canadian courts can review the decisions of administrative decision-makers, including administrative tribunals, boards, and commissions. Carswell offers resources that cover topics such as the process of judicial review and the standards of review, how regulatory agencies should conduct themselves, practice before tribunals, and procedural fairness. Written by leading authors, these resources will help you by providing the information you need.

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  • Practice and Procedure Before Administrative Tribunals: This unique guide on administrative agencies and how they operate provides in-depth analysis of substantive legal issues and practical guidance on how to do the myriad tasks involved in modern administrative decision-making and agency operation. View a flyer (PDF) containing further details about this product including product features and recent updates.