Administrative law deals with the activities of the administrative agencies of government. It also involves the decision-making of tribunals, boards, or commissions, dealing with such areas as discipline hearings for various professions, human rights, zoning, and licencing.
The decisions of those administrative bodies are subject to judicial review by the courts on specific grounds, such as bias, reasonableness and fairness.
We have extensive experience in the areas of administrative law and have acted as counsel for tribunals, boards, for professionals in discipline hearings. We have also argued in Supreme Court and Court of Appeal in judicial reviews of administrative decisions.
Our administrative law practice also includes Coroner’s Inquests, and we have representing the families of deceased persons and a Yukon First Nation, both in inquests, in judicial review of Coroner’s decisions in Supreme Court, as well as in Court of Appeal.
Access to justice is becoming problematic for many people, due to the increasing complexity of the law and the resulting ever increasing legal costs. We try to make justice accessible to you at reasonable costs.