The New Definitive Treatise on Administrative Law in Canada
Administrative law is among the most vital and controversial aspects of the Canadian legal system, especially in the wake of recent landmark Supreme Court decisions Dunsmuir and Proprio Direct Inc. that have redefined the Standard of Review. The need to fully understand the nuances of this segment of the law grows more important as the lives of the public are increasingly touched by government regulation.
An expert in the areas of administrative law, constitutional law and government relations, author Guy Regimbald brings his immense practical expertise in these subjects to a definitive treatise from Butterworths, Canadian Administrative Law. Lawyers, judges, administrative tribunal members and students will find this an indispensable tool when navigating through the contentious area of administrative law.
Features and Benefits
With in-depth discussion and explanation of the important principles in this area of the law, readers are provided with:
Understanding the Key Issues
The most current Canadian treatise produced on this topic to date, Canadian Administrative Law helps readers from coast-to-coast understand:
An Indispensable Tool For
Guy Régimbald, LL.B., B.C.L. (Hons.), is an Ottawa-based associate in the Advocacy Department of Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP. He practises mainly in the areas of constitutional law, administrative law and Government relations. Mr. Régimbald had the opportunity to argue, with success, one of the most recent cases in the area of administrative law in Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec v. Cyr, 2008 SCC 13. Previously, Mr. Régimbald clerked for The Honourable Mr. Justice Marshall Rothstein and The Honourable Mr. Justice John C. Major of the Supreme Court of Canada, as well as for The Honourable Mr. Justice Marc Noël at the Federal Court of Appeal. He received his B.C.L. first class honours (Master's in Law) from the University of Oxford. He also earned his LL.B. from the University of Ottawa, where he graduated first of his class in French common law, and was the recipient of several academic awards.
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