Some Unique Features of Weber’s Application in Quebec
The Treatment of Statutory Labour Rights and Human Rights Claims
From: One Law for All?
Examination of Quebec’s unique approaches to the relationship between collective agreements and statutory law, and the identification of the appropriate forum to adjudicate human rights disputes in unionized workplaces.
Renée-Claude Drouin is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Montreal, and a researcher with both the Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT) and the Centre de droit des affaires et du commerce international (CDACI). She has been a member of the Quebec Bar since 1996, and obtained her PhD in law from Cambridge University in 2006. Her scholarly work focuses on domestic and international labour law, with a particular focus on human rights and corporate social responsibility. She has published numerous articles in both French and English on these topics. She is also the Quebec Editor of the Canadian Labour and Employment Law Journal.