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  • December 12, 2019

We are excited to report what the Section has been working on and let you know what is coming in 2020!

Highlights: Professional Development Offerings

2019 CBA Administrative Law, Labour and Employment Law Conference

On November 8 and 9, 2019, more than 150 practitioners, academics and tribunal members gathered in Ottawa to attend the annual CBA Administrative Law, Labour and Employment Law conference. There was a diverse selection of plenary and breakout sessions addressing the latest legal developments as well as networking opportunities. Want to know more? Continue reading the full conference summary.

The Conference also included the presentation of the 2019 Paul Smith Memorial Award to Giancarlo Mignardi. Congratulations Giancarlo! Interested in the award? Submit an essay for the 2020 essay competition!

Missed the 2019 conference? The materials are now available for sale.

The Law of Lobbying: 2019 Update

The Section hosted a webinar on September 10 on the law of lobbying. This 2019 update covered recent legislative changes as well as new developments in enforcement across the country. Don’t miss out on this important update: purchase the recording here.

Looking Ahead– Mark Your Calendars!

  • Save the Date: We look forward to seeing you in Ottawa on November 20-21 for the 2020 CBA Administrative Law, Labour and Employment Law conference. If you have suggestions for future topics or speakers, let us know.
  • Interested in “Accommodating Disabilities in Administrative Law”? Register now for the February 4, 2020 session hosted by the Ontario Bar Association’s Institute.
  • We’ll be hosting a webinar on Standard of Review in 2020, keep an eye out for more information.

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Christopher H. Wirth
Chair, CBA Administrative Law Section