TRANSFORMING ADMINISTRATIVE LAW THE DIDACTIC ROLE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA
AbstractFor the past three decades, the field of administrative law has been one of the greatest contributors to the workload of the Supreme Court of Canada. During that period, the Court has handed down at least ten cases per year dealing with mainstream issues of judicial review. This substantial body of jurisprudence, totalling some three hundred decisions since 1970, has pointed the way to a transformation in Canadian administrative law.
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