Scher law has extensive experience in administrative law matters including before human rights tribunals, labour boards and professional regulatory bodies. Administrative tribunals have replaced the courts as the most common forum for citizens and organizations to seek justice and vindicate their rights. Scher law can assist to address complex administrative law matters before a variety of boards and tribunals as well as in judicial review and appeal proceedings at all levels of court.
Labour boards, arbitration boards, human rights commissions, pension commissions, commissions of inquiry and professional regulatory bodies – these are just some of the many tribunals in which we advocate for our clients’ rights. We have also acted for our clients in judicial review and appeal proceedings before all levels of court. This includes many aspects of administrative law but also includes challenges under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and proceedings before federal and provincial agencies and tribunals.