dministrative Law Reports, 5th Series/Recueil de jurisprudence en droit administratif, 5e série
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0824-2615A
Law Report
16 volumes anticipated + a cumulative index
includes parts plus bound volume
hardcover
2017-11-17
Carswell

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Administrative Law Reports, 6th Series/Recueil de jurisprudence en droit administratif, 6e série
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Editors: David Phillip Jones, Q.C. and Anne S. de Villars, Q.C.

Features all important decisions in administrative law from all Canadian jurisdictions selected by experts in the field. Includes cases on the availability of and grounds for judicial review of decisions of administrative tribunals, delegation of legislative powers, and remedies on judicial review. Articles, annotations and case comments are also included. Includes electronic delivery of Case Digest. With your Law Report subscription, you receive the case digest summaries electronically before your print copies arrive. The electronic case digest is delivered right to your email “inbox,” and includes hyperlinks directly to the full text cases in WestlawNext® Canada. Ce recueil regroupe toutes les décisions importantes en droit administratif provenant des tribunaux des différentes provinces et territoires canadiens. On y retrouve, sélectionnés par des experts en la matière, des jugements portant sur les cas et les motifs donnant ouverture au contrôle judiciaire des décisions émanant des tribunaux administratifs, la délégation des pouvoirs législatifs et les réparations recherchées par voie de contrôle judiciaire. Des articles, des annotations et des commentaires jurisprudentiels complètent l’ouvrage. Inclut la transmission des résumés des décisions par courrier électronique Votre abonnement aux recueils de jurisprudence vous permet de recevoir les résumés électroniques des décisions du recueil avant que les copies imprimées ne vous parviennent. Ces résumés sont transmis dans la boîte de réception de votre logiciel de courriel et incluent des hyperliens vous permettant d'accéder directement au texte intégral des décisions diffusées dans WestlawNext® Canada. Back bound volumes - Price on request/Prix pour les volumes reliés disponible sur demande Prices on complete sets and parts only available on request/Prix pour l’ensemble disponible sur demande

About the Author
David Phillip Jones, Q.C. is an administrative and constitutional lawyer, arbitrator and mediator practising in Edmonton. For 16 years, Mr. Jones was a full-time law professor at McGill and at the University of Alberta. Mr. Jones is widely-known as a frequent lecturer on administrative law. In addition, he is the Conflict of Interest Commissioner for both Yukon and the Northwest Territories. He was the recipient of the CCAT Medal for 2009, a distinction awarded by the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals in recognition of his ongoing contribution to the improvement and advancement of administrative justice in Canada. Mr. Jones has also received the Distinguished Service Award from the Law Society of Alberta and the Canadian Bar Association (Alberta Branch). Together with Anne S. de Villars, he is co-author of Principles of Administrative Law and co-editor of Administrative Law Reports.
Anne S. de Villars, Q.C. practises in the areas of administrative law, wills and estates, trusts, and arbitration and mediation. She is a director of the Alberta Law Reform Institute, and previously was a director of the Alberta Law Foundation. She was the recipient of the CCAT Medal for 2009, a distinction awarded by the Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals in recognition of her ongoing contribution to the improvement and advancement of administrative justice in Canada. Ms. De Villars has also received the Distinguished Service Award from the Law Society of Alberta and the Canadian Bar Association (Alberta Branch). Together with David Phillip Jones, she is co-author of Principles of Administrative Law and co-editor of Administrative Law Reports.
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