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Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Canada
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This award-winning publication is an in-depth presentation of the law of judicial review of administrative action in Canada. Written by Donald J. M. Brown, Q.C. and The Honourable John M. Evans, both widely regarded as experts in the field of Administrative Law, Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Canada offers a substantive view of the law along with practical guidance on the issues that can arise in the judicial review process. This publication is a comprehensive research and working tool for administrative bodies, practitioners and legal scholars and is used across Canada and in academic and court libraries throughout the common law world. Designed to be a primary source of the statute and case law in the field of judicial review, the text also includes important legislation, regulations, rules, forms and practice directions for each jurisdiction. The book contains a new feature, "View From The Top", contributed by John Evans: an annual survey of the most important administrative law cases decided in the past year by the Supreme Court of Canada. Subscribers will appreciate the in-depth critical analysis of the leading cases, their practical implications for practitioners, and the identification of emerging issues. For subscribers' ease of reference, the discussion of each topic is related to the relevant chapter of the book. Drawing on both his academic and judicial experience, the author provides an overview of the developments in administrative law emanating from the Supreme Court's recent decisions that subscribers will find interesting, timely, and useful. Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Canada was the recipient of the prestigious Mundell Medal in 1999. A highly sought after prize, the Mundell Medal is awarded for a "distinguished contribution to letters and law".


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À propos de l'auteur
Donald J.M. Brown, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Q.C. is a partner emeritus at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP and is a specialist in Civil Litigation, as certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Mr. Brown is also a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and an international associate of the American Bar Association.
He has written extensively and his works include Canadian Labour Arbitration, Fourth Edition with David M. Beatty, Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Canada with the Honourable John Evans, and Civil Appeals. Mr. Brown was the recipient of the David Mundell Medal for outstanding legal writing for the Judicial Review of Administrative Action in Canada.
Mr. Brown is a past president of the Harvard Law School Association and has lectured at Osgoode Hall Law School, the University of Toronto Law School and the University of Singapore Law School. He was a member of the Federal Task Force on the Future of the Canadian Services sector, a panelist involved with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and a member of the Administrative Law Advisory Group formed by the Law Reform Commission of Canada. He was the Commissioner of the Commission of Inquiry into Wage Protection and Insolvency and chaired the Provincial Court Judge Remuneration Commission. In his spare time, he speaks at engagements on the subject of judicial review and appellate advocacy.
John Evans was appointed a Judge of the Federal Court in 1998 and was a Judge of the Federal Court of Appeal from 1999 until his retirement in 2013. He is a graduate of Oxford University and was a member of the faculty of the Law Department of the London School of Economics before his appointment as a professor of Osgoode Hall Law School, where he taught, among other things, Administrative Law, Immigration Law and Trusts. Before his appointment as a Judge, he was also an adviser to law firms, governments, administrative agencies and law reform bodies on a broad range of legal issues, and a regularly invited speaker at conferences. He has written extensively on public law, both in England and Canada. In addition to numerous articles, he has written numerous publications in the area of Immigration Law and Administrative Law.