I am an LL.M. student at the University of Chicago Law School (2018-19), where I am taking courses specializing in administrative law and governmental structure. My academic interests lie primarily in administrative law, constitutional remedies, and law and economics. I previously clerked at the Federal Court for Justice Ann Marie McDonald (2017-18), before which I graduated from the University of New Brunswick Faculty of Law (2017).
A selected list of my essays, publications, and blog posts is below:
- Mark Mancini, “Statutory Interpretation From the Stratasphere,” (2018) The Advocates’ Quarterly, forthcoming
- Mark Mancini, “The Dark Art of Deference: Dubious Assumptions of Expertise on Home Statute Interpretation (2018), Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice, forthcoming.
- Mark Mancini, “Just a Pillowfight?: Standard of Review and Expertise in Constitutional Law,” (2017) Winner of the Canadian Bar Association’s Paul Smith Memorial Award in Administrative Law.
- Mark Mancini, “Wandering Without a Torch: Federalism as a Guiding Light” (2016) 67 UNBLJ 360.
- Mark Mancini, “Purposive Interpretation: Loyola and The Forgotten Orphan of Canadian Constitutionalism” (2016) eDiscoveries, Western Journal of Legal Studies, online: http://www.ediscoveries.org
All of my posts on recent judicial decisions are cross-listed on CanLII Connects.