This collection archives mentions and references to Osgoode in the media dating back to the 2014/2015 academic year.

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Media Mentions from 2017

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Couple Sues Over Copycat Home Design, Carys Craig, Durability+Design, October 13

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First Canadian Legal Clinic for Investors Opens at Osgoode Hall, Poonam Puri and Aarushi Puri, The Lawyer's Daily, September 29

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Osgoode Hall Expands Financial Accessibility Programs, Lorne Sossin, The Lawyer's Daily, September 29

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Can Toronto City Council Put a Stop to Hate Rallies?, Bruce Ryder, Metro News, September 28

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Osgoode Makes New Investments in Accessible Legal Education, Lorne Sossin, PublicNow.com, September 27

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Another Step Forward for Law School, IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, Law Times, September 25

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Pro Bono Legal Clinic Backs Wronged Investors, Poonam Puri and Investor Protection Clinic, Advisor.ca, September 25

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Osgoode Dean Lorne Sossin to Step Down This Spring, Lorne Sossin, YFile, September 25

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IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, Norton Rose to Participate in Accessibility Innovation Showcase, Giuseppina D'Agostino and IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, Canadian Lawyer, September 21

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Opposition Parties Question Why Liberals Did Not Act Sooner On UN Drug Treaties, Steven Hoffman, CTV News, September 21

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Investor Protection Clinic Offers Free Legal Advice, Investor Protection Clinic, Investment Executive, September 21

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Toronto Legal Clinic Launches Challenge to Mandatory Minimum Sentence, Palma Paciocco, The Lawyer's Daily, September 21

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Why Treat University Students Like Fragile Flowers?, Lorne Sossin and Benjamin Berger, The Globe and Mail, September 19

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Benjamin Berger and Lorne Sossin: Exams Should Test Mental Ability, Not Mental Health, Benjamin Berger and Lorne Sossin, National Post, August 22

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Osgoode Hall Establishes Fund To Benefit Indigenous Initiatives, Lorne Sossin, CanadianLawyerMag.com, June 23

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New Trial Ordered In Deadly Stage Collapse at Downsview Park Radiohead Concert, Palma Paciocco, CP24, June 19

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Clicking With Youth Voters Critical In Next Election: Gooch, Jamil Jivani, Kyle Elliott, and Shereen Smithanik, OurWindsor, June 18

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Ethics Commissioner Says Harjit Sajjan May Have Downplayed His Role In Handling Of Afghan Detainees, Craig Scott, National Post, June 14

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LSAC Announces Expanded LSAT Schedule In Effort To Reduce Barriers To Law School, Lorne Sossin, CanadianLawyerMag.com, June 14

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Could Markham Set Up Its Own Red-Light District?, Alan Young, YorkRegion.com, June 8

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McKenna and Philpott Battle Toothpaste Toxins in Comic Book, Dayna Scott, National Observer, May 30

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Diary of a Sassy Lady Shines Light on Depression-era Toronto, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Toronto Star, May 26

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Dispatches from the Depression, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Toronto Star Touch, May 25

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Refugees 'In The Crosshairs' as Legal Aid Ontario Battles For Government Funding, Advocates Warn, Sean Rehaag, CBC.ca, May 25

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Canada’s Judges Urged to Speak Out and Change Outdated Perceptions, Lorne Sossin, The Globe and Mail, May 25

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Early Wellness Intervention Crucial for Law Students, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, AdvocateDaily.com, May 23

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Could Governments and Oil Companies Get Sued for Inaction on Climate Change?, Stepan Wood, Toronto Star, May 23

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Legal Aid Ontario to Suspend Some Refugee Services July 1, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, May 19

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Walkom: The Loose Thread That Could Unravel Canada-EU Trade Deal, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, May 17

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Code of Conduct Undergoes Major Renovation, John Mascarin, St. Catharines Standard, May 16

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Liberal Election Promise to Overhaul Asylum Claim System Postponed, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, May 15

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Gail Cohen Named to Osgoode Hall Law Journalist in Residence Position, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Lawyer, May 15

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Peter Hogg Tells the Amusing Story of Canadian Constitutional Law, Peter Hogg, Precedent Magazine, May 11

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A Small Number of People are Fleeing Canada for the U.S., Sean Rehaag, Vice News, May 11

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Jagmeet Singh to Announce he’s Running for Federal NDP Leadership Next Week?, Jagmeet Singh, Voiceonline.com, May 11

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The Pros and Cons of NAFTA, Gus Van Harten, Epochtimes.com, May 11

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Crime Stoppers Harms Most Vulnerable by Targeting Petty Crime, Critic Says, Faisal Bhabha, YorkRegion.com, May 10

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Refugee Board Creates Guidelines for Deciding LGBTQ Claims, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, May 5

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Louis Vuitton Lawsuit Set to Make Waves in Counterfeit Liability, Giuseppina D'Agostino, SecuringIndustry.com, May 4

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Fournel Investigation Was ‘botched,’ Claims Lawyer, Alan Young, Timmins Daily Press, May 4

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Ethics Watchdog Considers Request to Revisit Probe into Sajjan over Detainee Abuse Inquiry, Craig Scott, CBC.ca, May 3

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Tom Mulcair Wants Ethics Commissioner to Reopen Harjit Sajjan Ruling on Detainees, Craig Scott, CBC.ca, May 2

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Louis Vuitton Lawsuit Could Help Other Brands Fight Counterfeiting: Experts, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Times Colonist, May 1

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Burden of Proof, Sean Rehaag, The Globe and Mail, May 1

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Conflicting Accounts of Harjit Sajjan's Role Revive ex-MP's Conflict of Interest Allegations, Craig Scott, CBC.ca, May 1

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Harjit Sajjan Accused of Downplaying Role in Afghan War in Attempt to Thwart Investigation by Watch Dog, Craig Scott, National Post, May 1

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Federal Court Dismisses VIA Rail Appeal on Couples With Mobility Scooters Travelling Together, David Lepofsky, CBC.ca, April 30

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Louis Vuitton Going to Battle with Etobicoke Flea Market Over Counterfeit Goods, Giuseppina D'Agostino, The Globe and Mail, April 25

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Meet 10 Women Making an Impact in Legal Technology, Monica Goyal, ABA Journal, April 25

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Generation Lex: Law Schools Seek Balance Between Theory and Practice, Lorne Sossin, Financial Post, April 25

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The Jig Is Up For Canada’s School Boards, Patrick Case, The Globe and Mail, April 23

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Pot Possession Suspects Face Uncertain Future, Alan Young, CBC.ca, April 16

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How a Law School Is Preparing Its Students to Compete Against AI, Lorne Sossin, Motherboard (VICE), April 14

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CLAIRMONT: 125-Year-Old Criminal Code Backwards, Progressive and Amusing, Philip Girard, Hamilton Spectator, April 12

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Chris Selley: Another iInvestigation Reveals Another School Board Gone Very, Very Wrong, Patrick Case, National Post, April 11

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Ontario Urged To Tackle Gender Pay Gap With Transparency Law, Fay Faraday, Toronto Star, April 11

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Osgoode workers win $15, Alec Stromdahl and Janet Mosher, RankAndFile.ca, March 30

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Who Owns The 6: Keenan, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Toronto Star, March 29

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Body Rub Parlour Owner Gets Red Light From Court of Appeal, Alan Young, CanadianLawyerMag.com, March 29

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Kevin O'Leary Appears 'Confused' About Notwithstanding Clause, Expert Says, Sean Rehaag, Huff Post, March 27

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In Defence of the LSAT, Lorne Sossin, CanadianLawyerMag.com, March 27

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Trump, Tighter Air Travel Rules Behind Surge Of Refugees At Canada-U.S. Border, Experts Say, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, March 21

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Finally, One Company Taking Action On The Lack Of Female Directors, Aaron Dhir, Crain's Chicago Business, March 17

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Canadian Law Schools Likely To Keep LSAT Requirement Despite Harvard Move To Drop It, Lorne Sossin, CanadianLawyerMag.com, March 16

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Profs Call For Action On Extraction Ombudsperon, Shin Imai, BNN, March 15

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Fulfill Mining Ombudsperson Promise, Academics Tell Liberals, Shin Imai, iPolitics, March 14

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Did You Sell Your Home In 2016? Let The CRA Know Or Else…, Lisa Philipps, Globalnews.ca, March 14

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Why Are So Many Hungarians Deported? A Look At Canada’s ‘Unwelcome Index’, Sean Rehaag, The Globe and Mail, March 12

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Thursday Thinkpiece: Bullen and Sossin on Flex Time JDs, Darcel Bullen and Lorne Sossin, Slaw - Canada's online legal magazine, March 9

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Ethics Watchdog Won't Investigate Sajjan Over Afghan Detainee Inquiry Decision, Craig Scott, CBC.ca, March 8

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Canada's Refugee Acceptance Rate Peaked In Four Years, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, March 7

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Editorial: No Judge Is An Island, Lorne Sossin, Law Times, March 6

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Métis Nation of Ontario, Ottawa Sign Memo of Understanding, Signa A. Daum Shanks, The Lawyers Weekly, March 3

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Five Questions with Allan Hutchinson, Allan C. Hutchinson, I-CONnect, March 3

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Military Watchdog Limits Investigation Of Complaint Into Afghan Prisoner Abuse, Craig Scott, CBC.ca, March 2

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Study to Review National Model For Offering Start-Ups Free IP Advice, Giuseppina D'Agostino, IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, Research Money, March 1

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Osgoode Recognizes First Black Managing Editor of Law Journal, Michael Thorburn and Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, CanadianLawyerMag.com, February 28

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Osgoode Law Unveils Three-Year Strategic Plan, Lorne Sossin, CanadianLawyerMag.com, February 27

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Don't Worry about 'Islamophobia' Law, Says Muslim Brotherhood-Linked Canadian Spokesman, Faisal Kutty, American Thinker, February 25

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After the Border, Sean Rehaag, Winnipeg Free Press, February 24

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Different Judge, Different Verdict? Diageo's £54m SAP Legal Slap Could Have Gone Another Way, Barry B. Sookman, The Register, February 23

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Residencies to Refine Your Career Path, Lorne Sossin, Toronto Star, February 23

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Anti-Islamophobia Motion Could Stifle Free Speech, Say Critics, Faisal Kutty, CBC.ca, February 21

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Two New Projects Support Innovative, Youth-Led Tech Solutions to Justice Problems, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, February 21

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Sandy Bay Chief at Loss For Words After Years-Long Delay in Lawyer Criminal Investigation, Trevor C. W. Farrow, CBC.ca, February 17

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Journalists head to law schools, Lorne Sossin, CanadianLawyerMag.com, February 13

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Ottawa doit suspendre l’entente avec les États-Unis, estiment les défenseurs de réfugiés, Sean Rehaag, Le Devior, February 10

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Ottawa Should Suspend Refugee Pact With U.S., Harvard Report Says, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, February 8

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More Revelations on Auto Premiums’ Inflated Legal Costs, Allan C. Hutchinson, Insurance Business, February 7

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First Voices Week Wraps Up, Deborah McGregor, The Concordian, February 7

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We Asked Experts What They Would Like To See From a Renegotiated NAFTA, Gus Van Harten, Yahoo Finance Canada, February 6

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Time for Canada to Take Action on the Mining Industry’s Human Rights Abuses, Shin Imai, Global Conversations, February 5

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Fight Over N.B. Judicial Residency Could End Up Going To The SCC, Lorne Sossin, The Lawyers Weekly, February 3

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Why is Canada Only Now Accepting More LGBT Asylum Claims?, Sean Rehaag, Daily Xtra, February 2

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Why Accused in Quebec City Mosque Shooting Isn't Likely to Face Terrorism Charges, Faisal Bhabha, CBC.ca, February 1

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Professor Giuseppina D'Agostino's story Featured in 150 Stories, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, February 1

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Canadian Law Profs Join Fight to Suspend Refugee Pact With U.S., Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, February 1

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Legal Experts Say 'Lone Wolf' Attackers Unlikely to Face Terror Charges in Canada, Faisal Bhabha, Toronto Metro, January 31

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Professor Faisal Bhabha, Counsel for the National Council of Canadian Muslims, Talks to CTV News Channel About the Quebec Tragedy, Faisal Bhabha, CTV News Channel, January 31

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Double-dipping Lawyers Taking Big Slice of Injury Settlements, Allan C. Hutchinson, Toronto Star, January 28