Intern and Student Projects
In 2009, the Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal (CART) began offering practical work experience within a quasi-judicial setting to students in law, public policy and other disciplines. To date, more than 25 students have received this opportunity. Students and interns have contributed greatly to the CART's mission of providing a timely, independent, fair and informal review of the validity of administrative monetary penalties issued to any person by a federal agency under the Agriculture and Agri-Food Administrative Monetary Penalties Act. The following is a sample of the work produced by the CART's students and interns over the years.
- Universal Design and Videoconferencing at Tribunals: Improving Access from Day One
(Richard Francis, University of Ottawa, February 2015)
- Opening up the "Open Court" Principle of Administrative Tribunals
(Zack Shaver, Law Society of Upper Canada, 2014)
- Evaluation of the Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal, Final Report
(Karen Croteau, Kevin Driscoll, Jim Melanson, Christine Vaillancourt, Carleton University, 2013)
- The Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal: An Independent Body?
(Dara Jospe, University of Ottawa, 2012)
- The Right to be Seen, Heard and Represented
(Rachel Gannon, Trinity Western University, 2011)
- The Little Tribunal that Could: A History of the Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal (CART)
(Jeana Schuurman, Trinity Western University, 2009)