Friday, June 8, 2007

The Crisis in Workplace Governance: Special Issue in Honor of Paul C. Weiler

Left to right: Elaine Bernard, Executive Director of Harvard Law School's Labor and Worklife Program; Harvard Law School Professor Paul Weiler; and Jack Trumpbour, Guest Editor for the Winter 2007 Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, and Research Director for the Labor and Worklife Program.

A publication of the University of Illinois College of Law and the International Society for Labor Law and Social Security, the Comparative Labor Law and Policy Journal, Winter 2007 edition features a special edition in honor of Paul Weiler's contributions to labor law. The issue contains 12 articles by renowned labor law scholars, including Harry Arthurs, who was Paul Weiler's professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, James Brudney, who served with him for many years on the UAW Public Review Board, William Gould IV, who shares Paul Weiler's love of baseball, and contributed an article on new Red Sox pitcher phenom Matsuzaka, and Jack Trumpbour who is the Research Director for Harvard Law School's Labor and Worklife Program, which Paul Weiler co-Chairs.

Recreating Canada: Festschriftkonference in Honor of Paul Weiler

Front row, seated, left to right: Anthony D. Scott (1983-83); Randall Morck (2005); Paul Weiler (1978-81); Florrie Darwin; John Courtney (1990-91).

Back row, left to right: Helen Clayton (Canada Program); John Helliwell (1991-94); Joy Parr (1998-99); Albert Breton (1969-70); Kerry Rittich (fall, 2004); Richard Johnston (1994-95); Pierre Martin (1999-2000); Harry Arthurs; Alan Cairns (1982-83); and Thomas Axworthy (1985-86).

Present but not pictured: Laurier Turgeon (spring 2006).

The Weatherhead Center for International Affairs' Canada Program sponsored a Festschriftkonference in honor of Paul Weiler in November of 2006. The theme was 'Recreating Canada'. More information is available via the Weatherhead Center's electronic newsletter 'Masterpiece'.