The Case for Tribunal Standing in Canada

(2007) Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice, Volume 20, Issue 3, pp. 305-323.

“Judicial Review” means a court reviewing a decision made by an administrative tribunal. When judicial review occurs, should the tribunal be allowed to send a lawyer to court to defend its decision? I think it generally should, and this article explains why.

Found online here: The Case for Tribunal Standing in Canada

Cited by the Alberta Court of Appeal in Leon’s Furniture Limited v Alberta (Information and Privacy Commissioner), 2011 ABCA 94, at para 25.