Running a Fair Hearing is two-day course run by The Canadian Institute. The event offers an outstanding opportunity to get tips and knowledge on how to run a fair hearing, from experienced chairs, adjudicators and arbitrators. The event also bring experience with the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Process, the Ontario Labor Relations Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, police discipline hearings and others. The Canadian Institute’s Running a Fair Hearing also provides interactive workshops and covers topics such as different between facts and evidence, basic concepts, evidence rules in statue and at common law, types of privilege and more.
The visitors at Running a Fair Hearing includes:
- Chairs, vice-chairs, adjudicators and members of administrative tribunals, boards, professional discipline panels, agencies and commissions
- Tribunal and commission counsel
- City councilors and others who sit on adjudicative committees
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