David Doorey from York University in Toronto sends along a plug for Osgoode Hall Law School's part-time specialist LLM degree with a specialization in labor and employment law. From David:
The Osgoode part-time LLM is one of the world's leading programs in the field with an incredible line up of Canadian, American, and British professors and courses, including:
Alan Bogg, Bristol, Comparative Labor Law: The British Model
Brishen Rogers: Labor Law, the Fissured Workplace, and the Gig Economy
David Doorey & Ruth Dukes: Contemporary Issues in Labour Law
Eric Tucker, Theories and Perspectives in Labour & Employment Law
Kevin Banks, International Labour and Employment Law
Gillian Demeyre, Gender and the Law of Work
Claire Mumme, Contemporary Issues in Individual Employment Law
Michael Lynk, The Charter of Rights and Freedoms and Human Rights
And more. Here is the program website.
The program is taught in a cohort format, beginning in fall 2018 and running until 2020. It is possible to take the courses in distance format (live on the Internet) so students do not need to come to Toronto for every class. We have had students from Europe, South America, and across Canada, but this is the first time the program has been marketed to American students. Osgoode Hall Law School is one of the world's leading law schools, and this LLM is also a financial bargain relative to many comparable law school masters' programs at leading international institutions.
If you know of any students or even practitioners interested in an LLM degree with a specialist in labor and employment law, please let them know about this great program.