David Doorey is an Associate Professor at York University’s School of Human Resource Management, and Academic Director of Osgoode Hall Law School's part-time LL.M program, specializing in Labour & Employment Law. An award-winning teacher and a regular media commentator on work law and industrial relations, he is also Articles Review Editor of the Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal. His research interests include labour and employment law, corporate social responsibility, industrial relations, and regulatory theory. His articles have been published in leading Canadian and foreign law journals. He is the recipient of the Morley Gunderson Prize in Industrial Relations from the University of Toronto for outstanding contribution to the field of IR, and the David Watson Memorial Award (for the article making the most substantial contribution to legal scholarship) from the Queens Law Journal for his paper "Employer Bullying: Implied Duties of Fair Dealing in Employment Contracts." His popular Law of Work blog is a multiple winner of the Canadian Law Blog Awards for best blog by a Canadian law professor. He was also recently appointed an assistant editor of the law reporter series, Canadian Cases on Employment Law (CCEL).
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