The Centre leads, conducts and fosters interdisciplinary research on emerging issues for workplace law. It is particularly focused on the implications for law of social, economic, cultural, technological and demographic changes shaping the contemporary workplace, in Canada and globally.
With a core commitment to supporting a diversity of perspectives, multipartism, as well as open and innovative inquiry, the Centre seeks to:
- develop and anchor a strong and diverse interdisciplinary network of researchers within and beyond Queen’s, enabling coordinated and relevant research on key contemporary challenges for law in the workplace;
- support a high quality, research-intensive program of graduate studies, training a new generation of scholars in the field;
- hold, co-sponsor and actively promote regular conferences and workshops on important issues;
- offer JD students opportunities for broad and deep engagement with workplace law;
- host and broadcast a visiting speakers series to disseminate of innovative scholarship in the field. Read more...