Administrative Law in Practice: Principles and Advocacy
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Administrative Law in Practice: Principles and Advocacy is a practice-oriented guide for lawyers and other legal professionals.
Authors Lorne Sossin and Emily Lawrence combine a thorough review of case law, historical development, and policy rationales with practical guidance for successfully advocating in a variety of administrative law forums. This blended approach ensures readers have a comprehensive understanding of important topics like constitutional considerations, procedural fairness, discretionary powers, standards of review, and public and private law remedies against governmental action.
Whether you are newly called, new to this area of practice, or looking for a go-to resource to incorporate into your work, this text will deepen and enrich your knowledge of administrative law.
Administrative law, Canada
Administrative Law | Law
Sossin, Lorne and Lawrence, Emily, "Administrative Law in Practice: Principles and Advocacy" (2018). Books. 355.
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