Administrative Justice System in Canada
Examines constitutional and administrative law structures and principles that underlie Canada's administrative justice system. Students develop critical understanding of (1) characteristics of federal and provincial systems, (2) legal principles under which statutory decision-making is done, (3) process and principles applied to development of administrative justice system legislation, (4) breadth and influence of tribunal decisions on activities of Canadians. Examples are drawn from federal and provincial levels; comparisons to US, UK and France as appropriate.
Note: Credit will be granted for only one of 551, 551A, 551B.
Formerly: 551A and 551B
Graduate course in the Public Administration program administered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.