New Lawyer Practice Series: Administrative Law 2011

Raj Anand
5/25/2011
9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Donald Lamont Learning Centre, Toronto

Whether you are a new lawyer, are changing your area of practice, or want a refresher, programs in the New Lawyer Practice Series offer a primer on the essential elements of each area of law. Integrating substantive legal concepts with practice management tips from experienced mentors, these sessions will provide you with the tools to successfully manage the day-to-day challenges of your practice.

Whether your client is an individual, a tribunal, or a governmental body, this program will offer valuable information on how the principles of administrative law operate. Speakers will share insights into substantive and procedural issues, including the latest legal tests, strategies for drafting court materials, and the role of the Charter in administrative law matters.

Topics

You will learn about:

  • Understanding tribunal rules of practice
  • Working with regulated professionals
  • Representing the exceptional client
  • Seeking remedies including those under the Charter
  • Arguing your case on judicial review or appeal

Continuing Professional Development Information
Total CPD: 3.5 hours, including 1.0 hour professionalism content.
New Members: 3.5 hours.