Federal Labour Law

Course Code : 3FEDLL

This course presents an overview of federal labour legislation and its impact on the strategies and actions of unions. Among the topics to be explored are: certification and dispute settlement procedures; unfair labour practices; the duty to bargain in good faith; strikes, lockouts, and picketing; the duty of fair representation; management and union rights; and grievance arbitration law.

Students will learn to do legal research using basic text books, annotated statutes, and online research tools. Theory will be put into practice. Using case studies, students will learn how to prepare for a grievance hearing or labour management meeting.

Students who have access to a laptop are asked to bring one.


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