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UN troops are allegedly trading food for sex with children.

February 09, 2016

Emma Phillips discusses what must be done to address the many allegations of sexual violence by peacekeepers in the Central African Republic and elsewhere.

A Status Update on Family Status

January 26, 2016

Fiona Campbell looks at recent decisions clarifying the scope of family status as a ground of discrimination.

Organizational maladies and bureaucratic prescriptions: The federal Cabinet Directive on Modern Treaty Implementation

November 24, 2015

Paper presented to the Pacific Business & Law Institute’s Canadian Aboriginal Law conference, November 24, 2015

Opinion: Is a court challenge the right prescription for dispute between doctors and the Ontario government?

November 04, 2015

Steven Barrett discusses whether a constitutional challenge is the right prescription for the dispute between the OMA and the Government and assesses the merits of the OMA’s challenge.

Majoritarianism, Exclusivity and the “Right to Work” : The Legal Incoherence of Ontario Bill 64

October 23, 2015

Josh Mandryk argues that PC "right-to-work" legislation in Ontario is legally incoherent and will have significant unforeseen and unintended consequences.

Are “Volunteers” the New Unpaid Interns? : How Ontario’s Employment Standards Act Treats “Volunteer” Misclassification

October 23, 2015

Josh Mandryk examines how employers attempt to avoid employment standards legislation by classifying employees as "unpaid interns" or "volunteers".