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DALY, Paul

Professeur adjoint

paul.daly@umontreal.ca
Twitter : @pauldalyesq
Tél. : 514 343- 6098
Téléc. : 514 343-2199
Bureau : A-7450

Adresse géographique
3101, chemin de la Tour
Montréal (Québec) Canada H3T 1J7

Adresse postale
C.P. 6128, succursale Centre-ville
Montréal (Québec) Canada H3C 3J7

 

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Notes biographiques

Paul Daly est professeur adjoint à la Faculté de droit, Université de Montréal. Il a fait son doctorat à l’Université de Cambridge où il était récipiendaire de la bourse Modern Law Review et d’une bourse de National University of Ireland. Il détient trois autres diplômes en droit, de la Faculté de Droit de l’Université de Pennsylvanie, et de University College Cork, cette dernière étant l’une des grandes institutions de son pays d’origine, Irlande. Il a passé l’année 2009-2010 comme chercheur à Harvard et par la suite a passé une année à la Faculté de Droit, Université d’Ottawa. Il est venu à Montréal après avoir travaillé au sein du cabinet de Lerners LLP à Toronto, l’une des meilleures boutiques de litige au Canada. Auparavant, il était chargé d’enseignement en droit public à l’Université de Cambridge et University College Cork. Membre des comités d’éditions de la Revue juridique Thémis de l’Université de Montréal et le National Journal of Constitutional Law, le professeur Daly est un auteur prolifique dont les articles se trouvent dans des journaux canadiens et internationaux réputés tels que le McGill Law Journal, le Modern Law Review, le Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Public Law et le Supreme Court Law Review. Son livre A Theory of Deference in Administrative Law : Basic, Application and Scope a été publié en 2012 par Cambridge University Press. Il est également le rédacteur du blogue Administrative Law Matters et un commentateur médiatique.

Paul Daly is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal. Professor Daly completed his doctoral thesis at the University of Cambridge, where he held a National University of Ireland Travelling Scholarship and a Modern Law Review Scholarship. He holds law degrees from University College Cork in his native Ireland, and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, which he attended as a Fulbright Scholar. He spent 2009-2010 as a visiting researcher at Harvard Law School and subsequently spent the 2010-2011 academic year at on the faculty of the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law. Before moving to his present position, he worked at Lerners LLP in Toronto, one of Canada's leading litigation boutiques. He previously tutored in constitutional law at University College Cork and supervised constitutional and administrative law at the University of Cambridge. He serves on the editorial boards of Revue juridique Thémis de l’Université de Montréal and the National Journal of Constitutional Law. Professor Daly is the author of A Theory of Deference in Administrative Law: Basis, Application and Scope (Cambridge University Press, 2012) and numerous articles in leading Canadian and international journals, such as the McGill law Journal, the Modern Law Review, the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Public Law and the Supreme Court Law Review. He also maintains the award-winning blog, Administrative Law Matters and regularly commentates on legal affairs for the media.

 

Affiliations (centres, chaires, institutions de recherche)

Barreau de New York

Barreau du Haut-Canada
L’association du barreau canadien
L’association du barreau d’Ontario
National Journal of Constitutional Law
Revue juridique Thémis de l’Université de Montréal
Administrative Law Matters (blog)

 

Diplômes

Ph. D. (University of Cambridge), 2010
LL. M. (University of Pennsylvania Law School), 2007
LL. M. (University College Cork), 2006
B.C.L. (University College Cork), 2005

 

Distinctions, mentions

Wedderburn Prize, 2011
Modern Law Review Scholarship, 2008-2009
National University of Ireland Travelling Studentship, 2007-2010
Fulbright Scholarship, 2006-2007

 

Domaines d'intérêts

Droit administratif, droit constitutionnel, théorie du droit public, droit comparé, common law

 

Enseignement

DRT6565 - Fondements et méthodes de la Common Law

DRT6567 - Responsabilité civile
DRT6568 - Biens immobiliers (Real Property)

 

Publications

Livres

A Theory of Deference in Administrative Law: Foundations, Application and Scope (Cambridge University Press, 2012)

Hogan and Morgan’s Administrative Law in Ireland (4th ed., Roundhall, Dublin, 2010) (avec Gerard Hogan and David Morgan)

Revus par comité de lecture

“(Un)Reasonable Interpretations of Law” (2014), 67 Supreme Court Law Review (à paraître)

“Dismantling Regulatory Structures: Canada's Long-Gun Registry as Case Study” (2014), 22 National Journal of Constitutional Law (à paraître)

“Prescribing Greater Protection for Rights: Administrative Law and Section 1 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms” (2014), 65 Supreme Court Law Review 247

“Furthering Substantive Equality through Administrative Law: Charter Values in Education” (2013), 61 Supreme Court Law Review (à paraître) (avec Angela Cameron)

“Prescribing Greater Protection for Rights: Administrative Law and Section 1 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms” (2013), 60 Supreme Court Law Review (à paraître)

“Dunsmuir’s Flaws Exposed: Recent Decisions on Standard of Review” (2012), 58 McGill Law Journal 483

“The Unfortunate Triumph of Form over Substance in Canadian Administrative Law” (2012) 50 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 317

“Deference on Questions of Law” (2011) 74 Modern Law Review 694 (Wedderburn Prize 2011)

Wednesbury’s Reason and Structure” [2011] Public Law 237

“Standards of Review in Irish Administrative Law after Meadows” (2010) 32 Dublin University Law Journal 379

“Judicial Review and the ‘Political Question’ Doctrine” [2010] Public Law 160

“Judicial Review and ‘Political Questions’ in Ireland” (2008)(2) Judicial Studies Institute Journal 116

“Judicial Review of Factual Error in Ireland” (2008) 30 Dublin University Law Journal 187

“Judicial Review of Errors of Law in Ireland” (2006) xli Irish Jurist 60

Chapitres de livres

“Unthinking Thinking Like a Lawyer: the Struggle for Deference dans Canada” in Mark Elliott and Hanna Tillburg reds., Mapping Taggart’s Rainbow (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2014) (à paraître)

« Le contrôle de la légalité de l’administration », dans JurisClasseur Québec, coll. « Droit public », Droit administratif, fasc.11, Montréal, LexisNexis Canada, 2013

“Courts and Copyright: Some Thoughts on Standard of Review” dans Michael Geist red., The Copyright Pentalogy: How the Supreme Court of Canada Shook the Foundations of Canadian Copyright Law (University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa, 2013)

“Blown Out of All Proportion: the Case Against Proportionality as an Independent Head of Review” dans Cian C. Murphy and Penny Green eds., Law and Outsiders: Norms, Processes and ‘Othering’ in the Twenty-First Century (Hart, Oxford, 2011)

Autres publications

Jack Balkin, Living Originalism (2014), University of Toronto Law Journal (à paraître)
“Reviewing Britain’s Tribunal System” (2013), 72 Cambridge Law Journal 494
Eoin Carolan red., The Constitution of Ireland : Perspectives and Prospects (2013), 72 Cambridge Law Journal 451
“Cognitive Tics of the Herd” (Review of Andrew Ross Sorkin, Too Big to Fail) (2010) 13 Dublin Review of Books
Oran Doyle et Eoin Carolan reds., The Irish Constitution: Governance and Values [2009] Cambridge Law Journal 659
“A Sound Constitution” (Review of Keogh and McCarthy, The Making of the Irish Constitution 1937) (2008) 3 Dublin Review of Books
“Deference and Redefining Reasonableness” [2007] Bar Review 216
“Explaining ‘Jurisdiction’” [2007] Irish Law Times 72


Conférences

« Attaquer une décision en révision judiciaire » (2014), L’institue canadien, Formation avancée sur le droit administratif, Montréal
“Reply to Justice David Stratas on State Liability” (2014), Compensation and the Common Law, Université de Montréal
“2013-2014: Administrative Law’s Best and Worst” (2014), Law Society of Upper Canada: the Six-Minute Lawyer, Toronto
“Internal Appellate Review: the Role of the Refugee Appeal Division” (2013), Immigration and Refugee Board Professional Development Seminar, Montréal
“Submissions to Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs re Modifications to the Supreme Court Act” (2013), Senate of Canada, Ottawa
“2013: the Year of the Record” (2013), The Canadian Institute’s 13th Annual Advanced Administrative Law and Practice Programme, Ottawa
“Annual Update on Developments in Administrative Law” (2013), Ontario Bar Association, Administrative Law Section, Toronto
“Courts and Copyright: Some Thoughts on Deference in the Copyright Pentalogy” (2013), The Copyright Pentalogy Conference, Ottawa
« Revue annuelle de droit administratif » (2013), Association du barreau canadien, Montréal et Québec
« La tripolarité du droit administratif canadien » (2013) Règlementation et common law, Université de Montréal
Président, Séminaires sur le féderalisme (2013) Université de Montréal
“Prescribing Greater Protection for Fundamental Rights: Revitalizing Section 1 of the Charter” (2013) Conference in Honour of Justice Charron, University of Ottawa
“Canada’s Least Wanted: The Two Perspectives of the Administrative Lawyer” (2013) Justice Canada Staff Seminar Series, Department of Justice, Montréal
« La destruction des données du registre des armes d’épaule : le droit criminel et le fédéralisme coopératif » (2012) Seminaires en droit public, Université de Montréal
« Réflexions auprès de la justification de propriété privée provoqués par The Field » (2012) Seminaires en droit privé, Université de Montréal
“Some Principles of Institutional Design: Considerations for Administrative Lawyers” (2012) Guest Lecture, University College Cork
“The Strange Parochialism of Living Originalism” (2012) Constitutional Law Seminar Series, University College Cork
Président, Conférence Beetz-Laskin (2012) Université de Montréal
“Standard of Review in the Copyright Cases” (2012) Invited Scholar Series, Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP
“Justiciability and Deference in Administrative and Constitutional Law” (2012) Justice Canada Staff Seminar Series, Department of Justice, Ottawa
“Property Law and Literature” (2010) University of Ottawa Enrichment Seminar Series
“The Theoretical Basis of Deference in Administrative Law” (2010) Visiting Scholars Colloquium, Harvard Law School
“‘Jurisdiction’ and ‘Law’ in Judicial Review” (2009) Graduate Workshop Series,
University of Cambridge Centre for Public Law
“Judicial Review and ‘Political Questions’” (2008) Effective Judicial Review: a
Cornerstone of Good Governance, University of Cambridge Centre for Public Law and Faculty of Law Chinese University of Hong Kong
“Mountains or Molehills: the Scope of Fundamental Rights in Administrative Law”
(2008) Human Rights Forum, University of Cambridge
“The Theoretical Case for Curial Deference” (2008) Arts and Social Sciences
Postgraduate Conference, University of Aberdeen
“Blown Out of All Proportion: the Case against Proportionality as an Independent Head of Review” (2008) International Graduate Conference, King’s College, London
“Would it be Impolitic to Kill off the ‘Political Question’ doctrine?” (2008) Graduate
Workshop Series, University of Cambridge Centre for Public Law
“Justiciability and Judicial Review in Ireland” (2008) Postgraduate Conference,
University College Cork Centre for Human Rights and Criminal Justice
“Some Problems of Jurisdiction” (2005) Law Faculty Staff-Student Seminar, University College Cork



Medias


Lettres d’opinion

Montréal Gazette, le 2 juillet, 2013, “Appeal Court Erred with Registry

National Post, le 25 janvier 2013, “Supreme Court not likely to entertain an appeal after Rob Ford wins his appeal on a ‘technicality’”

National Post, le 12 décembre 2012, “Divisional Court Should Overturn Flawed Rob Ford Decision


Citations

Montréal Gazette, le 28 juin 2013, “Registry Advocates Pin Hopes on Supreme Court

UK Constitutional Law Group Blog, le 14 mai 2013, Death, Delegation and Democracy

Human Rights in Ireland, le 29 avril 2013, Guidelines and Assisted Suicide

Toronto Now, le 29 janvier 2013, “Everything you’ve done wrong

Globe and Mail, le 25 janvier 2013, “Legal experts debate focus of Ford ruling

National Post, le 25 janvier 2013, “With Rob Ford’s legal victory, he humiliated Toronto’s left

National Post, le 6 décembre 2012, “After Rob Ford’s court win, expect a cold winter for the Toronto Spring

Montréal Gazette, le 27 novembre 2012, “Toronto Controversy Pales in Comparison to Montreal Allegations”

UK Constitutional Law Group Blog, le 22 novembre 2012, Clinging to Gun Data

UK Constitutional Law Group Blog, le 26 juillet 2012, Taking Statutes Seriously

Human Rights in Ireland, le 18 juillet 2012, Referendum-itis


Entrevues

The Shift, “Random alcohol testing unreasonable”, CBC Nouveau-Brunswick, le 14 juin 2013

The Brief, “Assisted suicide and the courts”, Near FM, le 13 juin 2013

Cross-Country Check-Up, “Are you losing faith in municipal politics”, CBC Radio, le 2 décembre 2012


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