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Mar 22, 2019
Commentary
Mar 9, 2017
Article

Dionne v. Quebec (C.L.P): The Supreme Court of Canada Affirms Income Rights for Pregnant Supply Teachers in Quebec, (2015) 23 E.L.J. 261

Dionne v. Quebec (C.L.P): The Supreme Court of Canada Affirms Income Rights for Pregnant Supply Teachers in Quebec, (2015) 23 E.L.J. 261...
Mar 9, 2017
Article

Erazo v. Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board: Ontario Court Determine Catholic School Board Must Exempt a Student from Mass and Religious Retreats, (2016) 24 E.L.J. 172

Erazo v. Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board: Ontario Court Determine Catholic School Board Must Exempt a Student from Mass and Religious ......
Mar 9, 2017
Article

OPSEU v. Ontario: The Right to Meaningful Collective Bargaining Includes the Right to Adequate Information, (2016) 26 E.L.J. 82

OPSEU v. Ontario: The Right to Meaningful Collective Bargaining Includes the Right to Adequate Information, (2016) 26 E.L.J. 82 ...
Nov 3, 2016

Regulatory Bodies and the Balancing of Charter Rights

This article is a case comment on the Trinity Western University v. Law Society of Upper Canada and was written for the Education and the Law ......
May 10, 2016
Recent Decision

OPSEU v. Ontario, 2016 ONSC 2197

Karen Ensslen was co-counsel in this case where the Court struck down legislation imposing collective agreements on all education-sector workers, f......
Jul 30, 2014
Recent Decision
Jul 30, 2014
Recent Decision
Jul 30, 2014
Article
Jul 30, 2014
Article
Jul 30, 2014
Recent Decision

C.E.P. Local 30 v. Irving Pulp and Paper, 2013 SCC 34.

Karen was co-counsel to the Canadian Civil Liberties Association in this case where the Supreme Court of Canada held that employer’s drug and......
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