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SOAR Scholarship in Administrative Law

ANNOUNCING SOAR SCHOLARSHIP IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

The Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators is pleased to announce the launching of an annual academic scholarship.

SOAR is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan association of Chairs, members, management and staff of the province’s administrative boards, agencies and tribunals.  SOAR’s mission is to advance administrative justice through education, advocacy and innovation.

An Evening with SOAR, February 26, 2019, hosted by The Advocates' Society

Don't miss out on this unique networking opportunity available to members of SOAR (Chairs, Vice-Chairs, Adjudicators, Staff) and hosted by the Advocates' Society's Regulatory and Administrative Law Group on Tuesday February 26, 2019, 5:30-7:00pm.

This event connects members of the private bar with Chairs, Vice-Chairs and staff lawyers of administrative boards, agencies and tribunals for a unique evening of collegiality.

TAS Members- Complimentary
SOAR Members- Complimentary

Non members of SOAR/TAS $40 plus HST = $45.20

 

SOAR Statement of Principles of Reappointment of Adjudicative Tribunal Members November 2018

This document sets out principles that apply to the reappointment of members to adjudicative administrative tribunals in Ontario and in particular to the 37 adjudicative bodies with statutory judicial powers governed by the Adjudicative Tribunals Accountability, Governance and Appointments Act, 2009 (ATAGAA).

Early Bird Rate for SOAR's 30th Annual Conference extended

The $425.00 early bird rate for SOAR's 30th Annual Conference: Building Fair Responsive and Inclusive Approaches on November 1, 2018 has been extended. 

Don't miss out on a very special day with concurrent workshops, plenaries on topics relevant to the administrative justice community; an engaging closing speaker and remarks from the Attorney General for Ontario. 

Register today! Click on link for detailed information about the conference program and speakers.

Statement Of Principles For The Appointment Of Adjudicative Tribunal Members

This document sets out principles that apply to the appointment of members to adjudicative administrative tribunals in Ontario and in particular to the 37 adjudicative bodies with statutory judicial powers governed by the Adjudicative Tribunals Accountability, Governance and Appointments Act, 2009 (ATAGAA).

SOAR - Funded Research Opportunity

 

SOAR is an organization with representation from Ontario’s administrative law tribunals, boards and agencies. It is administered by a volunteer Board of Directors and has a full-time Executive Director.

SOAR is seeking a researcher with an interest in how administrative law tribunals interact with self-represented litigants.

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