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www.canadianlawyermag.com 33 in Kingston, Ont. It has decided to make in-person teaching available whenever possible, especially for those students in the first year. Assistant dean Phillip Drew says that, while a remote option or a hybrid teaching model is also available to students, about 87 per cent of first-year students are taking classes in person. The school is taking the pandemic seriously, she says, and making sure that health precautions are being followed to the letter, with smaller classes spread out in large auditoriums across the Queen's campus. But it was important to help first-year students' transition to law school and the rigours of a professional program. "It was our belief that, if we can have the students here, we can provide them the support that they need to make that transi- tion a good one, keeping in mind that we are restricted in what we can do," he says. However, all law schools are concerned about students and instructors' mental state as the pandemic goes on. As McGill's Leckey puts it: "In the grand scheme of things, the whole pandemic situation is weighing heavily on people, and we're all feeling the stress of not going to a restaurant or café, and you are not supposed to socialize in person with someone who doesn't live under your roof." There's also the stress from job loss in the family and concerns about loved ones catching the virus and becoming seriously ill, he says. "We're taking particular pains to listen to students and faculty and make sure that there are feedback channels to help if possible. But it's a challenging time for all." "It's heartbreaking that I could pass by one of my students on the street and wouldn't know it." Donna Young, Ryerson University Cited by the Supreme Court of Canada Available risk-free for 45 days Online: store.thomsonreuters.ca Call Toll-Free: +1 800 387 5164 In Toronto: 416 609 3800 Print + ProView eBook* Order # 30846731 $642 2 volume looseleaf supplemented book + eBook* Anticipated upkeep cost – $480 per supplement 4-6 supplements per year Supplements invoiced separately Print only Order # 30842908 $642 ProView eBook* only Order # 30912733 $584 Prices include shipping and handling. Price(s) subject to change without notice and subject to applicable taxes. Canadian Employment Law Stacey Reginald Ball "The most comprehensive text on em- ployment law in Canada. It is carefully constructed and accurate." Canadian Bar Review More than 7,000 cases cited Canadian Employment Law is a one-stop reference that provides a thorough survey of the law and analysis of developing trends, suggesting potential avenues of attack as well as identifying potential weaknesses in the law. With methodically organized chapters covering the complete range of employment law, this book provides the kind of detailed examination of the facts you can count on. The work includes a Table of Reasonable Notice – a chart that groups together comparable types of positions so you can easily compare length of notice awards. All topics are illustrated with extensive case law and useful footnotes. Choose eBook, Print, or both Experience the freedom and flexibility to work wherever and whenever you want, with or without an internet connection, with Thomson Reuters ProView®, the premier eBook experience for professionals worldwide. *eBook not available to trade bookstores, third-party distributors, and academic institutions. © 2020 Thomson Reuters Canada Limited TR1046942-NM Also available online on WestlawNext® Canada EmploymentSource™

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