Featuring The Honourable Justice David W. Stratas, Federal Court of Appeal
(Original Course Date: November 28, 2019)
Who should attend: Those who appear before, advise, or sit as a member of an administrative tribunal and/or those who appear as counsel in court in applications for judicial review and appeals from administrative tribunals
Learning level: Intermediate/Advanced
It can be difficult to stay on top of all the changes happening in administrative law. This annual conference is your efficient solution to learning about recent decisions, legislative updates, and current trends in this complex practice area.
Hear from a distinguished faculty of judges, academics, and leading lawyers who have researched, analyzed, and curated key developments over the past year to share with you. You will leave this conference up to date and equipped with new practice tips for your administrative law files.
After taking this program, you will:
- understand and be able to apply the latest court decisions and legislative updates to your practice
- have up-to-date information on the standard of review
- gain tips and practice advice on judicial reviews
Join us and review a year's worth of administrative law developments in a day!
Frank A.V. Falzon, QC — Frank A.V. Falzon Law Corporation, Victoria
Elena F. Miller — BC Labour Relations Board, Vancouver
|Law Society of BC CPD Hours: This rebroadcast has been edited, reducing runtime. A bonus presentation is included to ensure you receive the same or more CPD hours as the original course.
|Watch Administrative Law Conference 2019 ONLY
|Watch Administrative Law Conference 2019 and bonus video CLE-TV: Sexual Misconduct in the Legal Profession
*"Ethics" refers to professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management credit
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