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Administrative Law Introduction
Administrative Law Training Course (Part 1) 00:00:00
Before You Begin 00:00:00
Before You Begin 00:00:00
About the NWT Board Forum 00:00:00
Purpose of this Course 00:00:00
Learning objectives 00:00:00
Overview of the Guide 00:00:00
Administrative Law Lesson 1
Part 1: Understanding the Concepts of Administrative Law 00:00:00
Introduction to Administrative Law for Co-management Boards in the NWT 00:00:00
What is administrative law? 00:00:00
Key elements of administrative law 00:00:00
What is “natural justice”? 00:00:00
Co-management Boards in NWT 00:00:00
Co-management Tribunals (1/4) 00:00:00
Co-management Tribunals (2/4) 00:00:00
Co-management Tribunals (3/4) 00:00:00
Co-management Tribunals (4/4) 00:00:00
AL Exercise 1-1: Search and Find 00:20:00
Administrative Law Lesson 2
Tribunals and Jurisdiction 00:00:00
Lesson 2: Topics Covered 00:00:00
What is an Administrative Tribunal? 00:00:00
Administrative Tribunals (1/3) 00:00:00
Administrative Tribunals (2/3) 00:00:00
Administrative Tribunals (3/3) 00:00:00
Tribunals and jurisdiction 00:00:00
Tribunals powers 00:00:00
Tribunal’s jurisdiction 00:00:00
Tribunal independence 00:00:00
Key administrative law concepts 00:00:00
Tribunals – from administrative to quasi-judicial functions (1/4) 00:00:00
Functions of Administrative Tribunals 00:00:00
Functions of Co-management Boards 00:00:00
Tribunals – from administrative to quasi-judicial functions (2/4) 00:00:00
Tribunals – from administrative to quasi-judicial functions (3/4) 00:00:00
Tribunals – from administrative to quasi-judicial functions (4/4) 00:00:00
Judicial review of administrative actions 00:00:00
Roles in judicial review 00:00:00
Grounds for judicial review 00:00:00
Where does judicial review take place? 00:00:00
Standard of review (1/2) 00:00:00
Standard of review (2/2) 00:00:00
AL Exercise 2-1: Tribunals and Jurisdictions 00:20:00
Administrative Law Lesson 3
Duty to Be Fair 00:00:00
Lesson 3: Topics covered 00:00:00
Duty to Be Fair 00:00:00
Background on the Duty to Be Fair 00:00:00
3 Principles of the “Duty to be Fair” 00:00:00
What if a decision is unfair? 00:00:00
Tribunals and discretion 00:00:00
Principle 1: Know the case against them 00:00:00
Steps for “Knowing the case” 00:00:00
Co-management Board procedures, rules, policies and fairness 00:00:00
Principle 2: “Right to be heard” 00:00:00
“Right to be heard” includes interpretation 00:00:00
Official Languages 00:00:00
AL Exercise 3-1: Duty to be Fair 00:20:00
AL Exercise 3-2: Duty to be Fair Scenario 00:30:00
Administrative Law Lesson 4
The Impartial Decision-maker 00:00:00
Lesson 4: Topics covered 00:00:00
Principle 3: Impartial decision-maker 00:00:00
Principles of Impartiality 00:00:00
Bias and Conflict of Interest (1/3) 00:00:00
Bias and Conflict of Interest (2/3) 00:00:00
Types of Bias 00:00:00
Bias and Conflict of Interest (3/3) 00:00:00
Apprehension of bias and the test for bias 00:00:00
Bias arising from involvement of others in Tribunal decisions  00:00:00
Bias in a Tribunal: Objections and waiver 00:00:00
Response to a bias challenge 00:00:00
Bias and conflict: Tribunal governance 00:00:00
Effects of a conflict of interest or bias 00:00:00
Uniqueness of Northern Tribunals 00:00:00
AL Exercise 4-1: The Impartial Decision-Maker 00:20:00
AL Exercise 4-2: The Impartial Decision-Maker Scenario 00:15:00
Administrative Law Lesson 5
Part 2: Making Good Decisions 00:00:00
Gathering and Working with the Evidence 00:00:00
Lesson 5: Topics covered 00:00:00
PART A. EVIDENCE AND THE RECORD 00:00:00
Example of a legal proceeding 00:00:00
What is evidence? (1/2) 00:00:00
What is evidence? (2/2) 00:00:00
Rules of evidence 00:00:00
Purpose of evidence 00:00:00
Types of evidence (1/2) 00:00:00
Types of evidence (2/2) 00:00:00
What is the record? 00:00:00
The record and public registries distinguished (1/2) 00:00:00
The record and public registries distinguished (2/2) 00:00:00
PART B. GATHERING THE EVIDENCE NEEDED FOR THE PROCEEDING 00:00:00
Gathering the evidence needed 00:00:00
Gathering evidence: Issues with witnesses 00:00:00
Gathering evidence: Cross-examination of witnesses (1/2) 00:00:00
Gathering evidence: Cross-examination of witnesses (2/2) 00:00:00
Gathering evidence: Who asks the questions? 00:00:00
Gathering evidence: Undertakings 00:00:00
Gathering evidence: Expert witnesses (1/2) 00:00:00
Gathering evidence: Expert witnesses (2/2) 00:00:00
Gathering evidence: Traditional Knowledge (1/2) 00:00:00
Gathering evidence: Traditional Knowledge (2/2) 00:00:00
How do you get evidence on the record? (1/2) 00:00:00
How do you get evidence on the record? (2/2) 00:00:00
Distribution of evidence to the parties 00:00:00
Distribution of evidence to the parties: Privileged and confidential information (1/4) 00:00:00
Distribution of evidence to the parties: Privileged and confidential information (2/4) 00:00:00
Distribution of evidence to the parties: Privileged and confidential information (3/4) 00:00:00
Distribution of evidence to the parties: Privileged and confidential information (4/4) 00:00:00
Closing the record 00:00:00
PART C. WORKING WITH THE EVIDENCE 00:00:00
Working with evidence 00:00:00
How does information become fact? 00:00:00
Using evidence to determine the facts 00:00:00
Questions to ask when deciding upon the admission of evidence 00:00:00
Determining relevance 00:00:00
Inadmissibility and the exclusion of evidence (1/2) 00:00:00
Inadmissibility and the exclusion of evidence (2/2) 00:00:00
Tribunal members’ personal knowledge or expertise 00:00:00
Weighing the evidence (1/2) 00:00:00
Weighing the evidence (2/2) 00:00:00
Irrelevant or weightless evidence 00:00:00
Lesson 5: Conclusion 00:00:00
AL Exercise 5-1: Evidence and the Record Quiz 00:20:00
AL Exercise 5-2: Gathering the Evidence Quiz 00:20:00
AL Exercise 5-2: Gathering the Evidence Scenario 00:40:00
AL Exercise 5-3: Working with the Evidence Quiz 00:10:00
AL Exercise 5-3: Working with Evidence, Scenario A 00:15:00
AL Exercise 5-3: Working with Evidence, Scenario B 00:15:00
Administrative Law Lesson 6
Making Decisions 00:00:00
Lesson 6: Topics covered 00:00:00
Decision-making process for Co-management Boards 00:00:00
Example of a systematic approach 00:00:00
Decision-making process 00:00:00
Step 1: Clarify the issues 00:00:00
Step 2: Identify the relevant evidence 00:00:00
Step 3: Identify and resolve disputes 00:00:00
Step 4: Make findings on the facts (1/2) 00:00:00
Step 4: Make findings on the facts (2/2) 00:00:00
Step 5: Clarify the arguments (1/4) 00:00:00
Step 5: Clarify the arguments (2/4) 00:00:00
Step 5: Clarify the arguments (3/4) 00:00:00
Step 5: Clarify the arguments (4/4) 00:00:00
Step 6: Make the decisions, set out the reasons (1/4) 00:00:00
Step 6: Make the decisions, set out the reasons (2/4) 00:00:00
Step 6: Make the decisions, set out the reasons (3/4) 00:00:00
Step 6: Make the decisions, set out the reasons (4/4) 00:00:00
AL Exercise 6: Making a Decision 00:20:00
Administrative Law Lesson 7
Writing Decisions 00:00:00
Lesson 7: Topics covered 00:00:00
Writing a good decision (1/4) 00:00:00
Writing a good decision (2/4) 00:00:00
Writing a good decision (3/4) 00:00:00
Writing a good decision (4/4) 00:00:00
AL Congratulations on Completing This Course! FREE 00:15:00
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