I am a PhD student at the Allard School of Law (University of British Columbia), where I study the law of judicial review particularly as it applies to the carceral state. I am a graduate of the University of New Brunswick, Faculty of Law (JD) and the University of Chicago Law School (LLM). My academic interests lie primarily in judicial review of administrative action, statutory interpretation, and the law governing prisons. I previously clerked at the Federal Court for Justice Ann Marie McDonald (2017-18). I also publish a weekly newsletter on recent Canadian administrative law cases (the Sunday Evening Administrative Review).
I can be contacted at email@example.com, and I am on Twitter at @MarkPMancini.
A selected list of my essays, publications, and blog posts is below:
Mark Mancini, Mark Mancini & James Plotkin, “Inspired by Vavilov, Made for Arbitration: Why the Appellate Standard of Review Framework Should Apply to Appeals from Arbitral Tribunals” (2021) Can J Commercial Arbitration, forthcoming.
Mark Mancini & Geoff Sigalet, “Justice(s) Out of Office: Principles for Former Judges” (2021) Queen’s LJ, forthcoming.
Mark Mancini, “The Conceptual Gap Between Doré and Vavilov,” (2020) 43:2 Dalhousie LJ 773.
Mark Mancini, “A Theory of Information in the Canadian Law of Judicial Review Post-Vavilov,” (2020) 53:2 UBC L Rev 415.
Mark Mancini, “The Political Problem with the Administrative State” (2020) 2 Journal of Commonwealth Law 55
Mark Mancini, “The Non-Abdication Rule in Canadian Constitutional Law” (2020) 83:1 Sask L Rev 45.
Mark Mancini, “Vavilov’s Rule of Law: A Diceyan Model and its Implications” (2020) 33:2 CJALP 179″The Quebec Reference: Balancing Legislative Meaning and Constitutional Consistency” (2020), CJALP (forthcoming)
Mark Mancini, “Declarations of Invalidity in Superior Courts” (2019) Constitutional Forum
Mark Mancini,”Two Myths of Administrative Law” (2019) 9:1 WJLS 1
Mark Mancini, “Statutory Interpretation From the Stratasphere,” (2018) The Advocates’ Quarterly
Mark Mancini, “The Dark Art of Deference: Dubious Assumptions of Expertise on Home Statute Interpretation (2018), Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice
Mark Mancini, “Wandering Without a Torch: Federalism as a Guiding Light” (2016) 67 UNBLJ 360.