|Course Name||Canadian Administrative Law (Online)|
|Course Code||CCLW 6515|
|Pre/Anti-requisites||Pre-requisite: No course pre-requisites. Open only to current and prospective NCA candidates. Anti-requisite: LAW 6740 - Administrative Law: Overview and Current Developments, LAW 6515 - Canadian Administrative Law (Online)|
Administrative law is the body of law regulating the ways in which government operates. This course focuses on the circumstances under which government decision makers are subject to an obligation of procedural fairness, the content of that obligation, the extent to which substantive decision makers are subject to scrutiny by the courts in the name of jurisdiction or other principles of substantive review, and the remedial framework in which superior courts exercise their review powers, including monetary compensation for wrongful administrative action. This course is taught in an innovative, interactive online format, with regular instructor and classmate interaction. At the conclusion of the course, students will attend exam review sessions in person and write an invigilated final exam.
Not currently scheduled
|Specialization||Canadian Common Law|
|NCA Status||Yes - satisfies Cdn Administrative Law competency for students with an in-person law degree. Seek NCA approval before enrolling.|
All courses and schedules are subject to change.