UPDATES AND CURRENT TRENDS IN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 

Oct. 17, 2018
Fredericton NB

Crowne Plaza, Fredericton (St. John Room)

 

CO-CHAIRS: 
Ellen Desmond, Q.C., NB Energy & Utilities Board, Saint John

Sarina McKinnon, NB Human Rights Commission, Fredericton

PROGRAM: 
CONSIDERING CULTURE IN ADMIN LAW PROCEEDINGS
Balancing neutrality with cultural diversity. Ensuring fair decisions while respecting the ethnic and cultural traditions of those who participate in hearings and proceedings.  Can effective cross cultural communication be achieved?
Honourable Graydon Nicholas, St. Thomas University, Fredericton
Ellen Desmond, Q.C., NB Energy & Utilities Board, Saint John


MANAGING DIFFICULT SITUATIONS WHILE ENSURING PROCEDURAL FAIRNESS
Managing difficult parties before administrative bodies and adjudicators while maintaining procedural fairness for both the difficult party and the party opposite.  
Kelly VanBuskirk, Q.C., Lawson Creamer, Saint John
Raymond Gorman Q.C., New Brunswick Energy & Utilities Board, Saint John
Sarina McKinnon, NB Human Rights Commission, Fredericton


UPDATES ON ADMINISTRATIVE LAW IN NEW BRUNSWICK
Join us for an update on the most recent developments in administrative law in New Brunswick. An interesting presentation on what is new and unique and a review of the key administrative principles that have been enunciated in the case law.
Prof. Michael Marin, UNB, Fredericton 

 

 

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    Ginette Little
    PD Program Coordinator
    ginette.little@cbanb.com
    506-452-7818