Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace

Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace

Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace

In November 2010, Queen's Law launched the Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace (CLCW).

The first of its kind in Canada, 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.

The Centre aims to educate: it seeks to train the next generation of leading workplace law practitioners, teachers and scholars.

The Centre actively exchanges knowledge with scholars, practitioners and policy makers through conferences, workshops, visiting speakers series, and research collaboration.

CLCW Mission:

The mission of the Centre is to advance law and policy in the contemporary workplace.

CLCW Vision:

To be a leading force for innovation in law, policy and dialogue in the contemporary workplace.

Strategic Plan:

The Centre's Strategic Plan is available here