Published In

Supreme Court Law Review

Document Type

Working Paper

Publication Date

2016

Subjects

administrative law; judicial review; deference as respect; Supreme Court of Canada

Abstract

This article draws out the ways in which Justice Rothstein grappled with complexity in administrative law. It argues that Justice Rothstein took a pragmatic approach to complexity in administrative law. Specifically, he sought to articulate a framework for judicial review that was workable for administrative decision-makers, litigants, their lawyers and reviewing courts. In addition, he looked to past experience with judicial review, evidenced in judicial precedent, rather than focusing on abstract theoretical norms.

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