Part of the Ethics in Adjudicative Justice – The Changing Landscape Webinar Series.
Recently, there has been a tremendous amount of growth in the adjudicative sector resulting in hundreds of new appointments. While adjudicators often bring with them a large skill set and substantive expertise, there may be a steep learning curve in the art of adjudication itself. Further, not all adjudicators come to the tribunal or regulatory sector with legal training and many bring expertise from other professions, trades or walks of life. For those who work with or appear in front of new appointees – how do you ensure a fair and efficient process?
Using sample case scenarios and discussion points, topics include:
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