More Glue than Cracks?
Rethinking Weber Gaps and Access to Justice for Unionized Employees
From: One Law for All?
Argument that in the context of the benefits of collective bargaining, Weber has not resulted in a denial of access to justice.
Karen Schucher is a Professor at Humber College, where she teaches in the Paralegal Degree and Diploma programmes. She holds a PhD from Osgoode Hall Law School, authoring a dissertation which focuses on the history of human rights code enforcement in Ontario. Prior to entering academic life, she was a partner in the Toronto law firm of Cavalluzzo Shilton McIntyre & Cornish LLP, where she practiced labour and human rights law and headed up the firm’s research group. Karen has published widely in areas related to workplace human rights and labour arbitration in a variety of scholarly journals, including the Supreme Court Law Review.