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The daunting enterprise of the law : essays in honour of Harry Arthurs /
edited by Simon Archer, Daniel Drache, and Peer Zumbansen.
imprint
Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2017]
description
xiv, 386 pages ; 23 cm
ISBN
9780773548893 (cloth), 9780773548909 (paper)
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imprint
Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2017]
isbn
9780773548893 (cloth)
9780773548909 (paper)
contents note
Introduction: the daunting enterprise of the law / Simon Archer, Daniel Drache, and Peer Zumbansen -- Part I. The pluralization, decentralization, and transnationalization of labour law -- 1. The singular pluralism of Harry Arthurs / Brian Langille -- 2. A Yankee gets schooled in King Arthurs's court : Canadian labour law as a cautionary tale / Cynthia Estlund -- 3. The once and future industrial citizen / Gregor Murray -- 4. A tale of two Harrys : the life and demise of industrial pluralism in Canada / Eric Tucker -- Part II. Labour law's precarious infrastructures --5. Defining labour standards : Harry Arthurs's beau risque / Gilles Trudeau -- 6. Formality and informality in the law of work / Kerry Rittich -- 7. Mapping labour law with, within, and without the state / Mark Freedland -- Part III. Legal ordering's narrow ledge -- 8. Dancing with Dicey : a tentative embrace of judicial review / David Dyzenhaus -- 9. Administrative justice in Arthurs's court / Lorne Sossin -- 10. Investor rights and the judicial denial of neo-liberal constitutionalism / David Schneiderman -- Part IV. The tree of knowledge - the axe of power -- 11. "Imagination, determination and passion" : a heroic agenda for legal education / Robert W. Gordon -- 12. The state of legal scholarship and graduate legal education in Canada / Liora Salter -- 13. "Globalization" as framing concept : some implications for legal education / William Twining -- Part V. Citizens and markets -- 14. Workplace law without the state? / Kevin Banks -- 15. Reform in small steps : the case of the dependent contractor / Guy Davidov -- 16. Labour markets should be judged innocent until proven guilty / Morley Gunderson -- Part VI. The frontier of labour law's uncertain future -- 17. Labour law and the political economy of inequality / Michael Lynk -- 18. "A new thing : shall ye not know it?" : on living metaphors in transnational labour law / Adelle Blackett -- 19. Inequality, gender violence, human rights / Sally Engle Merry -- 20. Labour law and its "last" generation / David Doorey and Ruth Dukes -- 21. The daunting challenge : economic justice for subordinated groups / Katherine V.W. Stone -- Part VII. Milestones, imperfect foresight, and formative beginnings: the making of a legal realist -- 22. Harry Arthurs : the law student years / Martin Friedland -- 23. Confronting the dragon of globalization : Harry, St George, and me / David M. Trubek -- 24. Reading landscape and power / Bruno Caruso -- An authoritative bibliography of Harry Arthurs's academic and other writings.
abstract
"Professor emeritus at Osgoode Hall Law School and former president of Toronto’s York University, Harry W. Arthurs is one of the world’s most widely respected scholars, educators, and policy makers. His enormous academic and institutional productivity has extended to administrative and labour law, legal pluralism and legal theory, and legal education. Bringing together scholars of law, history, and political economy, The Daunting Enterprise of the Law applies the framework of Arthurs’s extraordinary scholarship to a series of themes running through current legal, economic, and political thought. Contributors from around the globe engage with Arthurs’s work in several fields and sub-fields and consider the past and future of industrial democracy, globalization, labour law, legal education, and legal theory in the twenty-first century. Through the process of surveying, evaluating, and reflecting upon Arthurs’s ideas and intellectual contributions, they further advance the reader’s understanding of labour law and industrial relations. Remarkable in breadth and scope, The Daunting Enterprise of Law is both a celebration of Arthurs’s institutional achievements and policy leadership and an important contribution to contemporary scholarship."--Publisher's website.
catalogue key
10965767
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Issued also in electronic format.

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