Administrative Law

Administrative law is a body of law which governs tribunals, statutory bodies, boards, or commissions which have been set up to administrate various legislative schemes and to make decisions outside the framework of the ordinary courts.

We deceive ourselves when we fancy that only weakness needs support. Strength needs it far more.

- Sophie Swetchine

Types of Administrative Law matters we can help you with.

Our Administrative Law practice focuses on judicial review applications, various types of tax appeals, and academic appeals.

These complex proceedings are where an administrative body or an administrative decision-maker (acting pursuant to statutory authority) are alleged to have delivered a decision without observing procedural fairness or alleged to have delivered a decision that is untenable at law.

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