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Article/6 October 2014

Special Evidentiary Issues in Administrative Law

"Special Evidentiary Issues in Administrative Law," 31 The Advocates Journal, No. 3, p. 20 (2012) Read More
Article/6 October 2014

Advocacy Before Administrative Tribunals

"Advocacy Before Administrative Tribunals", co-author with Leslie McIntosh, chapter in book edited by L. Sossin and C. Flood,  Administrative Law... Read More
Article/6 October 2014

Active Adjudication or Entering the Arena: How Much is Too Much?

Originally published in the Canadian Journal of Administrative Law & Practice - Volume 24. Administrative proceedings are generally more flexible... Read More
Article/20 February 2013

Applying the Charter in Everyday Administrative Decision-Making

Freya Kristjanson & Nadia Lambek, "Applying the Charter in Everyday Administrative Decision-Making", Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Pr... Read More
Article/2 July 2012

Regulatory Negligence and Administrative Law

The law of negligence has been a growth industry for lawyers since the Donoghue v. Stevenson decision. While defining its contours has always been a d... Read More
Article/8 March 2011

Active Adjudication or Entering the Arena: How Much is Too Much?

Originally published in the Canadian Journal of Administrative Law & Practice - Volume 24. Administrative proceedings are generally more flexible... Read More
Article/1 February 2010

Judicial Review and Appeal Cases in the Federal Courts and the Divisional Court

Administrative lawyers in Ontario may participate in judicial review or appeals in either the Federal Court or Federal Court of Appeal (the “Fed... Read More
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