"The Disability Accommodation Gap in Canadian Workplaces: What Does It Mean for Law, Policy, and an Aging Population?" 17 Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal 295
"Refining the Test for Discrimination in the Context of Special Education: Moore v British Columbia", 10 J L & Equality 71
"From Equal Access to Individual Exit: The Invisibility of Systemic Discrimination in Moore", 10 J L & Equal 93
"Everybody's Business: Human Rights Enforcement and the Union's Duty to Accommodate", 18 Canadian Lab & Emp L J 209
Author discusses Central Okanagan School District v Renaud (1992) and encouraged cooperation between unions and employers to accommodate employee disabilities; however, subsequent tribunals have interpreted this as holding unions co-liable; author calls on SCC to clarify Renaud.
"Tackling Disability Discrimination at Work: Towards a Systemic Approach", 4:1 McGill JL & Health 17
Advocates for a systemic approach to anti-discrimination law and reviews the factors considered when anticipating the need for individualized accommodation; reiterates that prima facie case of discrimination should be distinct from assessments of a bona fide occupational requirement.
"Human Rights Disclosure Litigation: Uncovering Invisible Medical Records", 28:1 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 153
Article filters through human rights disclosure rulings in Canada; concern with levels of confidentiality awarded to persons with disabilities when providing disclosure of medical information.