Bora Laskin Award
Recognizing Distinguished Contributions to Canadian Labour Law
|The Bora Laskin Award was established in 2003 by the University of Toronto Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources in cooperation with Lancaster House, publishers of information on labour, employment and human rights for over 30 years. The award is named after the late Chief Justice Bora Laskin (1912-1984), who before joining the Supreme Court of Canada, was pre-eminent as a labour law scholar and labour arbitrator. Nominations are considered of any professional involved in labour law, including academics, labour and management counsel, judges, arbitrators and adjudicators.|
|2016 Bora Laskin Award
The 2016 Bora Laskin Award will be presented at a special dinner event on Tuesday, December 8th during the 2016 Labour Arbitration and Policy Conference, which will take place at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto. Details and ticket information can be found on the Lancaster House web site.