CACE, through its Human Rights Committee, has drawn on its membership of distinguished firms and lawyers from across Canada to develop a truly unique legal publication that is intended for the benefit of adjudicators, mediators, lawyers, human resources professionals, human rights advocates, and students who practice in the area of human rights or who have an interest in this important and rapidly changing area of the law.
In a consistent format, readers will have access to procedures, practice tips, key cases, and emerging issues in each of the Canadian jurisdictions. This will benefit organizations with operations in different parts of Canada. At least as important, it will provide for comparative analysis, which is of considerable benefit in terms of current application and ongoing development of human rights law and procedures throughout Canada. We have recently published an updated 2016 edition.
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