|Course Name||Some Theoretical Perspectives on Public Law and Administration|
|Course Code||ADLW 6761|
|Pre/Anti-requisites||Pre-Requisite: For students outside the specialization- LAW 6740 Administrative Law: Overview and Current Developments (ADLW) or LAW 6842P: Canadian Administrative Law (CCLW) or Demonstrated substantive knowledge on administrative law principles Anti-requisite: LAW 6761 - Some Theoretical Perspectives on Public Law and Administration|
This course provides a theoretical framework by considering the application of some contemporary theories of, and perspectives on, public administration and administrative law. Theoretical perspectives considered will include: liberalism and the rule of law; the functionalist critique; legal pluralism; critical theory; feminism; public choice theory; organizational theory. A focus of the course is the need to articulate theoretical bases for identifying appropriate roles for legislatures, agencies and courts in promoting through law democratic values and the protection of human rights in the administrative state.
Energy and Infrastructure Law
Criminal Law and Procedure
|CPD Hours||Eligible LSO CPD: 12h Substantive Professional LLM courses may be eligible for CPD/MCLE credits in other Canadian jurisdictions. To inquire about credit eligibility, please email email@example.com|
Thursday January 11 (7-10), Friday Jan 12 + Saturday Jan 13 (9AM-5PM)
|Location||OsgoodePD - 1 Dundas West|
|Presentation Format||Video conference available|
|Method of Evaluation||TBA|
|Available for SCE||Yes|
All courses and schedules are subject to change.