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If you are a member, student, or applicant appealing a decision of the Registrar or Vice President, Student Services, please see the ARC page.

Please be aware that you have 30 days from the date of the decision and order to file your appeal. Appeals are governed by Regulation 6-3 and the Rules of Practice and Procedure.

Any party to a hearing may appeal a decision or order of the Discipline, Admission and Registration, or Capacity Committees. The Appeal Committee can confirm, reject, or amend decisions and orders. The decisions of the Appeal Committee are final, although there is a right of judicial review. Please see below.

To appeal a final decision from one of the three committees, you must file an appeal with the Appeal Committee by serving and filing a Notice of Appeal within 30 days of the date of that decision.

Within 30 days of serving and filing your Notice of Appeal, you have to serve and file an Appeal Book. An Appeal Book is a collection of all of the documents that you believe the Panel will need to see in order to understand why you are appealing, and on which you will rely to argue your side of the case. Please see Rule 23.04 of the Rules of Practice and Procedure.

For further information about the appeal process or to make a motion for reconsideration, including readmission or reregistration, please email the Adjudicative Tribunals Secretary or call 416 969.4282.

Decisions of the Appeal Committee are publicly available.

Matters currently set for hearing before the Appeal Committee are found here.

Judicial Review

If you are unsatisfied with a final decision of the Appeal Committee, you may request judicial review. The purpose of judicial review is to ensure the Tribunal has complied with the law in reaching its decision. The Judicial Review Procedure Act (JRPA) provides that a court has the power to set aside a decision for an error of law, an absence of evidence, or where the exercise of the power is unauthorized or invalid.