The Council of Canadian Administrative Tribunals (CCAT) is a national organization that supports the work of administrative tribunals and promotes excellence in administrative justice.
The Foundation for Administrative Justice is a non-profit organization providing training courses for Western Canada’s tribunals, and the people who appear before them.
The British Columbia Council of Administrative Tribunals is a non-profit organization and is an association of individuals working in the field of administrative law in British Columbia. Our purpose is to foster improvements in the administrative justice system.
The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is Canada’s leading public safety educator – a dynamic, post-secondary institution recognized nationally and internationally for continuous improvement and innovative education in the areas of justice and public safety.
SOAR is an organization of Chairs, members, management and staff of administrative justice system agencies. The mission of the Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators is to advance administrative justice through education, advocacy and innovation.
The Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice is a voluntary, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of justice for all Canadians.
The Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council keeps under review the administrative justice system as a whole with a view to making it accessible, fair and efficient. We seek to ensure that the relationships between the courts, tribunals, ombudsmen and alternative dispute resolution providers satisfactorily reflect the needs of users.
The COAT is intended to facilitate liaison and discussion between the heads of tribunals. It will support the development of best practice models and model procedural rules, standards of behaviour and conduct for members and increased capacity for training and support for members.
NAALJ, a non-profit corporation founded in Illinois in 1974, is the largest professional organization devoted exclusively to administrative adjudication within the executive branch of government.