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Les cours suivants font partie du cursus de la Faculté de droit de McGill en matière de droit du travail. Pour davantage d'information, prière de passer sur le site web du Secrétariat des études de droit et de consulter les documents sur la page Current courses & registration.

SIS Critical Race Theory 

Séminaire initié par les étudiants Anne-Karine Dabo, Manpreet Dhaliwal, Emily Elder & Alexander Ostroff.

Soutenu par la Professeure Adelle Blackett.

CMPL 521

3 credits
Trade Regulation.

Comparative Law: Historical contextualization of underlying trade principles; assessment of the interface between multilateral trade dispute resolution and domestic regulatory action in distinct public policy domains; consideration of internationalization claims, harmonization claims and the implications of trade regulation for democratic theory; particular attention to the WTO, selected regional agreements and the UN.

Offered by: Law

  • Prerequisite: CMPL 543 (Recommended)
  • Restriction: Not open to first year students.
  • Terms
    • This course is not scheduled for the 2014 academic year
  • Instructors
    • There are no professors associated with this course for the 2014 academic year.


LEEL 369

3 credits
Labour Law.

Labour/Employmt/Environmt Law: An introduction to Canadian labour law including collective bargaining, arbitration and industrial relations generally. Emphasis on the Canada Labour Code, the Quebec Labour Code and related statutes.

Offered by: Law

  • Terms
    • Fall 2014
  • Instructors
    • Adelle Blackett


Sorry, no description available for course LEEL 470 for the 2014 academic year.

CMPL 509

2 credits
Research Seminar 2.

Comparative Law: Research seminar to be offered by members of the Faculty or visiting professors, to permit research in legal traditions and legal theory in areas not covered by other courses in the program.

Offered by: Law

  • Terms
    • This course is not scheduled for the 2014 academic year
  • Instructors
    • There are no professors associated with this course for the 2014 academic year.


CMPL 516

3 credits
International Development Law.

Comparative Law: The law and economics of development, including the role of agencies of the United Nations in development, the role of UNCTAD in formulating uniform rules of international trade, and the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund and their role in financing development.

Offered by: Law

  • Terms
    • This course is not scheduled for the 2014 academic year
  • Instructors
    • There are no professors associated with this course for the 2014 academic year.

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