Current Law and Social Problems, Volume III
This is the third volume in a series sponsored by the Faculty of Law in the University of Western Ontario as a forum for presentation of research in law and related social sciences. The primary object of the series is to promote collaboration between lawyers, social scientists, juristic philosophers, and others who are interested in exploring social values, processes, and institutions. The present volume is devoted to topics relating to the changing role of trade union activity in Canada. It includes a discussion of the regulatory function of law in industry; an examination of the problems of jurisdictional disputes in Ontario; an outline of the major aspects of labour legislation in Quebec; a study of the relation of criminal law to trade union activity in Canada; and an analysis of conciliation procedures in British Columbia. Comparative material is supplied in an article on the ramifications of a national wages policy in Britain. This volume also contains the concluding part of an article on international fisheries which appeared in the first volume of this series.Continue Reading Read Less
- Series: Heritage
- World Rights
- Page Count: 248 pages
- Dimensions: 6.0in x 0.0in x 9.0in
Author InformationE.E. PALMER, who succeeds R. St. J. Macdonald as editor of this series, is Assistant Professor of Law, University of Western Ontario. Contributors to this volume are: Ivan C. Rand, Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Western Ontario; J.H.G. Crispo, Assistant Professor of Industrial Relations, University of Toronto; H.W. Arthurs, Assistant Professor of Labour Relations Law, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto; M.-L. Beaulieu, Professor, Faculty of Law, Laval University; R.S. Mackay, Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Western Ontario; Raymond G. Herbert, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia; W.F. Frank, Head of the Department of Management and Business Studies, Lanchester College of Technology, Coventry, England; D.M. Johnston, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Western Ontario.
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