Unjust by Design recommended by BC Supreme Court Justice

In  a speech to the  Pro Bono Annual Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast on April 25, 2013, Mr. Justice T. M. McEwan, of the B.C. Supreme Court, recommended five books to his audience which he said he had “found useful in shaping my own appreciation of the challenges [to the justice system] we face”.

The fourth of these was “Unjust by Design” which Justice McEwan described as:

a recent study by Ron Ellis, a Canadian lawyer, concerning recent trends in Administrative Law, including the removal of court adjudication or court-like adjudication to administrative tribunals without the necessary tools or independence to perform  their work adequately

The speech may be found at:

http://www.courts.gov.bc.ca/supreme_court/about_the_supreme_court/speeches/Speech%20-%20Access%20Pro%20Bono%20Volunteer%20Appreciation%20Breakfast%20-%20April%2025%202013.pdf

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