Administrative Justice: A Practitioner's Guide
"The field of Administrative Law is one that is ever growing and ever changing. For counsel, administrative adjudicators and judges, the principles that underlie the field are expansive and may enjoy differing applications from tribunal to tribunal...
The text will provide important guidance for the administrative process, and those who participate in that process will now be better able to analyze and apply the existing law when striving to understand and apply the existing law to the vast array of administrative issues discussed by the authors.
Mr. Thomas and the rest of the contributors are to be congratulated for their most helpful work, and for its breadth and clarity."
– The Honourable Justice Christopher E. Hinkson, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Busy administrative law practitioners will find this new volume by Michael Thomas an indispensable addition to their libraries. Administrative Justice: A Practitioner's Guide is an easy-to-use reference that provides straightforward access to the most relevant administrative law cases. Organized into two sections – cases of specific application and cases pertaining to professional associations – and then broken down by subject matter, this comprehensive casebook will enable administrative lawyers and litigators to advise their clients based on the most relevant, up-to-date decisions.
A practical resource
Administrative Justice: A Practitioner's Guide offers a thorough overview of the current state of Canadian administrative law through detailed summaries of cases involving a broad range of decisions, standards of review and principles of administrative law. National in scope, this book is a valuable resource for lawyers practising at boutique law firms, as well as in-house counsel and other professionals who regularly deal with administrative law issues or appear before administrative tribunals.
This publication will be a particularly useful addition to the bookshelf of:
- Administrative law lawyers who will benefit from one-stop access to recent, relevant case law
- Litigators who are looking for administrative law decisions in a broad range of areas
- Tribunal members and judges who need a reliable resource for past decisions in one comprehensive text
- In-house and government lawyers who require accessible and cost-effective reference materials
- Law libraries who want to provide comprehensive resources for law students and lawyers
Table of contents
Part One: Cases of Specific Application
1. Associations, Clubs & Organizations
2. Class Proceedings
3. Criminal Matters
7. Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy
9. Human Rights
10. Intellectual Property
11. Investigative Bodies
12. Landlord and Tenant
13. Liquor Control
14. Motor Vehicles
15. Prison Administration
17. Utility Boards
18. Various Boards
19. Workers' Compensation
Part Two: Cases Pertaining to Professional Associations
1. Architects & Engineers
3. Financial Professionals
4. Lawyers and Judges
5. Other Health Care Professionals
6. Physicians & Surgeons
7. Police Officers