Room Number: 223 Law
LLM (University of Saskatchewan) 2011
LLB (University of Toronto) 1984
BA (Hon.) (Regional and Urban Planning) (University of Saskatchewan) 1981
Prof. Hoehn teaches Property Law, Municipal Law and Wills. He also teaches Legal Issues in Urban Studies and Planning at the Department of Geography and Planning. He has been a part-time member of the Planning Appeals and Assessment Appeals Committees of the Saskatchewan Municipal Board since 2005. Prof. Hoehn began teaching as a sessional lecturer in 1988, but continued to practice law full time until 2001. He recently completed an LL.M. relating to Aboriginal title and the jurisdiction of Aboriginal governments, and was the recipient of a College of Graduate Studies and Research Thesis Award. Other teaching responsibilities have included the Program of Legal Studies for Native People, Native Law Centre (since 2008) and he served as Course Director and Instructor for the National Advanced Certificate in Local Authority Administration (NACLAA) Program administered by the University of Alberta and Dalhousie University (2003-2005).
Publications and Research Work:
Reconciling Sovereignties: Aboriginal Nations and Canada (Native Law Centre, University of Saskatchewan, 2012).
"Privatization and the Boundaries of Judicial Review," (2011) 54:1 Canadian Public Administration 73.
“Municipal councils must be attentive to procedural fairness” The Lawyers Weekly, September 29, 2006 at 17.
“Local Government and Saskatchewan’s Sweeping Reforms” (2000) 5 Digest of Municipal and Planning Law (Carswell) 362.
Municipalities and Canadian Law: Defining the Authority of Local Governments (Saskatoon: Purich, 1996).
“Garden Suites and the Law” Scenario, newsletter of the Association of Community Planners of Saskatchewan, Summer 1993.