Graduate and Post graduate Study
A key mandate of the Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace is to provide students with opportunities for research and linkages with the labour and employment law field. Students pursuing master's and doctoral degrees in labour and employment law at Queen's will be integral members of the CLCW. Drawing on an inter-disciplinary research network, the Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace will provide opportunities for graduate student participation in an active research program.
For general information on Master's and Ph.D. programs at Queen's Law, contact Dianne Flint, Graduate Studies Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace may be able to provide fellowship funding support for successful applicants to graduate or postgraduate studies at Queen's Law. Candidates whose theses will engage current issues relating to labour or employment law and their related fields will be considered for support by the Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace.
Part or full-time candidates for graduate or postgraduate study wishing to be considered for such funding should indicate their interest to the Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace at the time of submitting their application. Queries are welcome and can be forwarded to the Centre at email@example.com.
Additionally, graduate students seeking advice and information on other research opportunities should contact the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!