Transsystemic administrative law

Abstract

In this talk, Dr. Promislow addressed key questions and challenges in pursuing a transsystemic approach to research and teaching administrative law. By outlining some of the moves involved in toggling between state and non-state legal orders in an area of law generally associated with the state, the talk reflected on how a transsystemic approach will address legal principles related to governmental decision-making in Indigenous legal orders, and may also redefine the study of administrative law more generally away from its traditional focus on the principles of judicial review.

Description

This is the second event of the Transsystemic Law Series

Keywords

Transsystemic law, administrative law, Indigenous law, research, teaching, education, Canada

Citation