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978-0-7798-8813-9
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3 issues & bound vol./1 vol. annually
280
softcover
2018-11-13
Carswell

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Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice Special Issue - A Decade of Dunsmuir / Les 10 ans de Dunsmuir
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Canada’s leading practitioners, judges, and academics examine the legacy of Dunsmuir

Ten years after this pivotal case, there remain perplexing questions concerning the standard of review for the substance of administrative decisions.

Insight that will shape the impending debates

In this timely collection, a host of administrative law experts deliver a thorough analysis of Dunsmuir, exposing its flaws and carefully reviewing the correctness and reasonableness standards.

Discover an enlightening examination of, among other issues:

  • The philosophy of Dunsmuir
  • Correctness and unreasonableness
  • “Fairness”
  • Comparative and judicial perspectives
  • The effects of Dunsmuir
  • How to move on from the case
About the Author

Paul Daly is University Senior Lecturer in Public Law, University of Cambridge and the Derek Bowett Fellow in Law at Queens’ College, Cambridge. He came to Cambridge from the University of Montreal, where he was successively Assistant Professor, Associate Dean and Associate Professor, having previously worked at the University of Ottawa and Lerners LLP, Toronto. As a student, he was a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School, a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and, at the University of Cambridge, a National University of Ireland Travelling Scholar and Modern Law Review Scholar.

His award-winning scholarship in the broad field of public law (especially administrative law) has appeared in leading academic journals and edited collections. It has been frequently cited by courts, most notably the Supreme Court of Canada and the Irish Supreme Court.

Fluent in English and French, he is a regular speaker at academic conferences, judicial and administrative training seminars, and continuing legal education events.

He maintains an internationally read blog on his website, Administrative Law Matters, and regularly speaks to the media. His input on legal matters of great public importance has been sought by parliamentary committees, governmental agencies, political aides, and a wide variety of lawyers in public and private practice.

In addition to his academic work, Dr. Daly is the co-founder of Navigate.Legal, a legal analytics consulting firm.

 

Leonid Sirota joined the AUT Law School in 2016, after completing graduate studies at the NYU School of Law. He had previously served as a law clerk at the Federal Court of Canada, and graduated from the McGill University Faculty of Law (with degrees in both civil and common law). His research and teaching focus on constitutional law and theory and related areas, such the law of democracy and the judicial power. In addition to scholarly writing, he is the creator of the Double Aspect Blog, named Best Canadian Law Blog in 2014 and runner-up in 2015, and a contributor to several other legal blogs.

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