Political economy, constitutional/public law, social policy, gender, family policy, federalism, maternity/parental leaves, childcare, work-life balance
reducing inequalities and barriers, access to justice, Indigenous knowledge systems, decolonization
Non-conscious prejudice and discrimination at work, Fostering mental health at work, Mitigating bias in the recruitment and selection process , Diversity management programs in the workplace, Disability accommodation at work
Homeless, Homeless policy, LGBTQ, Politics, Trans, School board, School board policy, Social media
Karen Drake's teaching and research interests include Canadian law as it affects Indigenous peoples, Anishinaabe law, and Métis law.