Our system of law distinguishes between public law and private law. Private law concerns relationships between individuals. Public law concerns relationships between individuals and the government. Constitutional law, administrative law, tax law and criminal law are areas of public law. Our lawyers have experience and practical knowledge in public law and will make their experience and knowledge work for you.
Administrative law is an area of public law that concerns relationships between individuals and administrative bodies whose authority is derived from statute and whose function is to regulate activities legislated by statute. Hearings before tribunals, such as human rights tribunals or disability tribunals, or hearings before tribunals that govern professional bodies, such as the Real Estate Council of Alberta, the Law Society of Alberta, or the College of Physicians and Surgeons are examples of administrative law.
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