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Conference on Multinationals and Socially Responsible Supply Chains

Conference on Multinationals and Socially Responsible Supply Chains

The people at CRIMT, the SSHRC funded Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT), are hosting yet another great conference. This one will be held June 6-8 at HEC Montreal.…

New Labour and Employment Law Casebook is Out

New Labour and Employment Law Casebook is Out

The 8th Edition of the leading casebook on labour and employment law is now available. Labour and Employment Law: Cases, Materials, and Commentary has been the leading casebook in Canadian…

Osgoode Law Student Wins Prize for Paper on Employment Law

Osgoode Law Student Wins Prize for Paper on Employment Law

Ryan Edmonds, a student at Osgoode Hall Law School and Heenan Blaikie student (oh, and former research assistant for yours truly) has won second prize (and $1000) in the student…

Arthurs on “Labour Law After Labour”

Arthurs on “Labour Law After Labour”

Our colleague here at York and Canada’s foremost labour law scholar, Harry Arthurs, has published another sweeping review of labour law’s past, present, and future.  This one is called “Labour…

Free Labour Law Scholarship

To begin the new year, I am posting an updated list of labour and employment law scholars who post their academic articles on SSRN, which is an open source database…

Eric Tucker on Renorming Labour Law

Eric Tucker on Renorming Labour Law

My colleague here at York, Eric Tucker of Osgoode Hall Law School, has a new article coming out in Britain’s Industrial Law Journal called, “Re-Norming Labour Law: Can We Escape…

Doorey in Defense of Transnational Domestic Labor Regulation

One of the aims of this blog is to promote Canadian labour & employment law scholarship.  In that vein, I have posted articles by Canadian law professors, and I have…

Guest Blog: Lynk on the Top 5 Most Influential Employment/Labour Law Cases of the Decade

Guest Blog:  Lynk on the Top 5  Most Influential Employment/Labour Law Cases of the Decade

We are a decade into century already, which makes it a good time to reflect on the past ten years in labour and employment law.  Professor Michael Lynk, U. of…

Savage and Butovsky on Anti-Scab Laws

Savage and Butovsky on Anti-Scab Laws

      In keeping with a theme of promoting recent Canadian labour law scholarship this week, here is a very nice piece by Brock University Professors Larry Savage (picture)…

Free Labour Law Scholarship on SSRN

To begin the new year, I am posting an updated list of labour and employment law scholars who post their academic articles on SSRN, which is an open source database…

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