At its core, adjudicative reasoning is the way in which Tribunal members reach a conclusion or result in their hearings. This is an essential part of the adjudicator’s function. The adjudicator analyzes and interprets applicable statues and case law, and applies it to the set of facts before them. However, this is not such a straight-forward and formulaic process. If it was, then outcomes could be predicted with great ease. Various external factors influence the logic and legal reasoning analysis.
Our distinguished panel will share their adjudicative reasoning methods and styles. They will also provide their unique perspective on best practices and useful supports which help them build on perfecting this craft.