John practises in the areas of labour, employment and human rights law, representing clients in collective bargaining and before arbitrators, labour relations boards, human rights tribunals and the courts. John also works on a range of cross-border and international labour matters. This includes assisting with labour aspects of corporate social responsibility, drafting and implementing codes of conduct applicable to supply chain operations, and managing projects for multinational clients involving multi-jurisdictional reviews of human resource policies. As a delegate of the Canadian Employers Counsel, John represents Canadian employers at meetings of the International Labour Organization, the World Bank, the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Inter-American Conference of Ministers of Labour. John is an official spokesperson of CEATAL, the hemispheric organization that represents employers within the OAS. John is the author of Privacy and Employment Law, examining the transposition of human rights law into the workplace. He also frequently writes for journals including the Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal. He holds masters and doctoral degrees in comparative and international labour law from the University of Oxford, and is an Assistant Professor at Western Law.