Canadian Law of Work Forum (CLWF) launched in 2020 as a space for academics, practitioners, and students to discuss and exchange ideas on work law, labour policy, and industrial relations. If you are interested in contributing, please see the Submissions Page.
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To help offset development and hosting fees and to hire a part-time student to help maintain the website, CLWF has included an ad box that is sized at 150 x 1200. CLWF reaches a national audience of readers interested in labour and employment law, industrial relations, unions, HRM, and other related areas. Please contact David Doorey at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on advertising.
CLWF evolved from Law of Work Blog, which was created by Professor David Doorey of York University in 2008. Law of Work was selected as the top law blog in Canada on several occasions and was an initial inductee into the Canadian Law Blog Hall of Fame. The Law of Work catalogue has been archived on CLWF. While Law of Work was principally the work of Prof. Doorey, Canadian Law of Work Forum is a collaborative national blog that depends on contributions from readers, academics, practitioners, and students.