37 Search Results for: Labour Law


  • Osgoode Society Legal History Workshop Schedules 2011-2017

    2017 Wednesday January 11 – Dennis Molinaro, Trent University: “The Official Secret.” Wednesday January 25 – Anna Jarvis, York University: “Colonial criminal justice and the Mi’kmaq: the case of Tom Williams, Prince Edward Island, 1839”. Wednesday February 8 – Bill Wylie, Independent Scholar: “The “Majestic Equality” of the Law: Diverging Views on the Reform of… Read more »

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  • Colour-Coded: A Legal History of Racism in Canada, 1900-1950

    by Constance Backhouse, Professor of Law, University of Ottawa. Published with the University of Toronto Press, 1999. Colour-Coded has been translated into French and published in Quebec as De La Couleur des Lois: White supremacy had a tenacious hold on the historical roots of the Canadian legal system. Backhouse presents convincing case studies to illustrate how… Read more »

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  • Security, Dissent and the Limits of Toleration in War and Peace: Canadian State Trials Volume IV, 1914-1939

    Edited by Barry Wright, Department of Law, Carleton University, Eric Tucker, Osgoode Hall Law School, and Susan Binnie, Independent Historian, published by the University of Toronto Press. This latest collection in our State Trials series, the fourth, looks at the legal issues raised by the repression of dissent from the outset of World War One… Read more »

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  • Canadian State Trials Volume III: Political Trials and Security Measures, 1840-1914

    edited by Barry Wright, Department of Law, Carleton University, and Dr. Susan Binnie. Published with the University of Toronto Press, 2009. This third volume of the Osgoode Society’s Canadian State Trials series covers the period from the 1840s to the First World War. It examines a range of political trials as traditionally defined, including those arising… Read more »

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  • Judy Fudge

    Judy Fudge is Professor of Law at the University of Kent, U.K. She was previously Landsdowne Chair in Law at the University of Victoria Faculty of Law. She joined the University of Victoria in 2007 from Osgoode Hall Law School where she began her career. She has published extensively in employment and labour law in… Read more »

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  • Law Society of Upper Canada Mark’s Canada’s 150th Birthday

    On 27 September, 2017, the Law Society of Upper Canada will mark Canada’s 150th birthday with an event highlighting the role of lawyers in making the constitution and in the development of the inclusive society we are committed to building. The afternoon event will go from 3 – 6 p.m. and be held at Osgoode… Read more »

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  • Patrick Brode

    Patrick Brode is a Senior Legal Counsel for the City of Windsor in the areas of labour law, civil litigation and expropriation. He has also acted as a Sessional Lecturer at the Windsor Law Faculty in labour arbitration, legal history and municipal law as well as a Sessional Lecturer in the Department of History at… Read more »

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  • Harry W. Arthurs

    BA, LLB (TORONTO) LLM (HARVARD) LL.D. (hon) SHERBROOKE, BROCK, LAW SOCIETY OF ONTARIO, MCGILL, MONTREAL, TORONTO, YORK, SIMON FRASER, D.C.L. (hon) WINDSOR, D. LITT. (hon) LETHBRIDGE, FRSC, FBA Harry Arthurs OC OO is University Professor Emeritus and President Emeritus of York University. He was the Canada Council’s first Killam Laureate in the Social Sciences (2002)… Read more »

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  • Eric Tucker

    Professor Eric Tucker has been teaching at Osgoode Hall Law School since 1981 and served as Graduate Program Director from 1998 to 2001. He is interested in labour law and is involved in law reform initiatives through his participation on the board of the Injured Workers’ Consultants, a community legal clinic. He has published in… Read more »

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  • James W. Muir

    James Muir is an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law, as well as the university’s Department of History and Classics. He researches and teaches in the areas of law and colonialism in Canada, British Imperial history, as well as employment and Labour law history. His research has looked at Nova Scotia,… Read more »