Ontario's administrative agencies and regulators must act fairly in accordance with administrative law principles. But what does that mean?
This half-day workshop will provide a "plain language" overview of the key administrative law concepts.
Who Should Attend
The workshop is designed for staff looking for an introduction to key administrative law concepts or a refresher. The workshop would also interest managers and legal staff looking for tips on how to communicate administrative law concepts more effectively to non-legal staff.
Time and Location
Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 8:30 am - 12:00 noon
McDonald Block, Queens Park
900 Bay St, Toronto, Ontario
$100 + HST – Early Bird (By August 16, 2013)
$130 + HST – (After August 16, 2013)
- Sarah Atkinson (Associate Counsel, WSIAT)
- Laura Pettigrew (Senior Counsel, Office of the Ombudsman of Ontario)
- Jill Cross (Investigation Counsel, Law Society of Upper Canada)
REGISTER EARLY - REGISTRATION IS LIMITED
REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE ON FRIDAY JULY 19, 2013
SOAR is a volunteer organization comprised entirely of members of the administrative justice community, whose mission is to promote administrative justice through education, advocacy and innovation.
The Administrative Law Primer is brought to you by SOAR's Administrative and Management Network (S.A.M.N.). S.A.M.N is a standing committee of SOAR whose purpose is to create a communication network of administrative/operational and management staff of agencies, boards and commissions, deal with operational program and policy issues at the administrative level and share knowledge, tools, program templates, best practices, strategies, and other resources through meetings, events, "tool kits", websites, documents and various educational opportunities.