By completing the Primer before attending the course, you will be ready to actively participate in group activities and classroom discussions. The Primer allows the instructor to devote more time to developing the skills and competencies that are essential takeaways from the course.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources
The following resources provide valuable information on administrative justice concepts. Although some of the papers may be dated, they still offer relevant insights on general principles.
- Decision-Writing – Guiding Principles for Administrative Decision-Makers by Julie Gagnon, Reynolds, Mirth, Richards & Farmer LLP
- Electronic Disclosure of Personal Information in The Decisions of Administrative Tribunals: What should administrative tribunals consider when contemplating internet publication of their decisions? By the Privacy Commissioners of Canada and Saskatchewan
- LET’S ALL FORGET THE “RULES” AND JUST CONCENTRATE ON WHAT WE’RE DOING by James L.H. Sprague*
- Writing in Plain Language by David Elliot
- Making Legal Documents Readable by David Elliot
- Writing Awards by David Elliot
- Writing Good Decision by John B. Hall