Employment Law II

This course traces the emergence of Canada's present labour regime in the context of the mobilization and discipline of workers from the first master and servant laws to contemporary laws relating to collective bargaining. The primary focus of the course will be the unionized workplace or industrial relations law and some of the key statutes that impact upon it. PREREQ: LBST 1006/1007 or JURI 1105, and LBST 3616 or JURI 3616, and completion of 60 university credits. (lec 3) cr 3. Crosslisted with JURI 3616.

JURI-3626EL
Law & Justice
3.00
UG