Administrative Law

The Langlois Lawyers Administrative Law team has recognized expertise in this area of practice.

We keep up with the latest legal developments and focus on providing our clients with advisory services and representation before both administrative tribunals and courts of law. Our team works effectively within a complex and constantly changing legislative and regulatory framework. Whether we are called upon to prevent litigation, defuse a crisis, or defend the interests of the organizations we represent, we offer our clients effective solutions in furtherance of their goals.

The nature of our cases varies widely, including analyzing the disputes that our clients bring to us, interpreting applicable laws and regulations, drafting legal opinions, drafting and reviewing policies, and representing our clients before various judicial and administrative bodies.

We have expertise in the following areas:

  • Aboriginal law;
  • Administrative law;
  • Constitutional law;
  • Education law;
  • Energy law;
  • Engaging with government departments and public and para-public organizations;
  • Environmental law;
  • Fundamental freedoms;
  • Health and social services law;
  • Internal investigations;
  • Municipal law;
  • Professional and disciplinary law;
  • Public inquiries;
  • Regulatory investigations;
  • Submissions before courts, commissions, boards, and other administrative bodies.