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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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

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Police Urge Pot Dispensary Owners to Report Robberies, Alan Young, Toronto Star, January 23

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Law Professor Questions Whether Contingency Fees Benefit Clients, Allan C. Hutchinson, Financial Post, January 18

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Cardus Launches Cardus Law to Address Religious Freedom Concerns, Deborah Gyapong, Canadian Catholic News, January 13

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Students Launch Style Law Blog, Alexia Kapralos, Canadian Lawyer Magazine, January 13

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Possible Discipline Faced by Trump Hat Judge Remains Unclear, Natalie Paddon, Hamilton Spectator, January 12

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PMO Held Talks with Trump Team to Avert Trade War, Robert Fife and Sean Silcoff, Globe and Mail, January 9

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Hamilton Judge Who Wore Trump Hat in Court No Longer Being Assigned Cases, Sean Fine, Globe and Mail, January 5

Media Mentions from 2016

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Police Should be Held to a Higher Standard: Osgoode Hall Dean, Lorne Sossin, Sudbury.com, December 20

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‘Sea Change’ Wave Crashing on Robin Camp, Lorne Sossin, The Lawyers Weekly, December 16

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Why Don't We Have the Same Driving Laws All Across Canada?, Benjamin Berger, Globe and Mail, December 13

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What Trade Rules Can Canada Turn to if Trump Rips Up NAFTA?, Gus Van Harten, Globe and Mail, December 13

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Malcolm Rowe Officially Welcomed to Supreme Court Bench, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Toronto Star, December 2

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Lawyer Crusades Against Accessibility Problems Caused by Inadequate Laws, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University and David Lepofsky, Toronto Star, December 1

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These Women Are Ready, Willing and Waiting for a Seat at the Board Table, Poonam Puri, Metro, December 1

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Former NDP MP Calls Out Sajjan on Decision Not to Call Afghan Detainee Inquiry, Craig Scott, CBC News, November 30

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By and For the People, Lorne Sossin, Globe and Mail, November 29

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Protectionism in Reverse, Gus Van Harten, Lexpert Business of Law, November 28

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Murder of Guatemalan Youth is Evidence of Escalating Risk to Land Defender, Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, NB Media Co-op, November 25

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Learning from Modi’s Mistakes, Faisal Kutty, The Express Tribune, November 24

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From Small Town Girl to Politics with a Capital P, Marilou McPhedran, Neepawa Press, November 22

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How Canada Came Back from the Brink of the ABCP Crisis, Poonam Puri, BNN, November 22

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Constitutional Experts Back Liberal Backbencher's Genetic Discrimination Bill, Bruce Ryder, iPolitics, November 22

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Trump Hat Judge Faces Potential Bias Application, Lorne Sossin, The Hamilton Spectator, November 18

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Legal Aid Faces Financial Crunch in Serving Refugee Claimants, Sean Rehaag, South Asian Generation Next, November 17

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Homeless Bring “Slice of Reality” to Mayor’s Door, Tracy Hefferman, NOW Toronto, November 16

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New Brunswick’s Shared-Risk Conversion Faces a Flurry of Legal Attacks, Lorne Sossin, Benefits Canada, November 15

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No Room for Politics in Canadian Courtrooms, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Sun, November 15

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Fintech, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Canadian Lawyer, November 14

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Law Professor Wants Ontario Judge Disciplined for Reportedly Wearing Trump Hat, Gus Van Harten, Globe and Mail, November 13

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Legal Aid Faces Financial Crunch in Serving Refugee Claimants, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, November 12

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Ontario Judge’s Pro-Trump Baseball Cap Causes Courthouse Uproar, Lorne Sossin, Globe and Mail, November 11

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Hamilton Judge Under Fire for Donning Trump Hat in the Courtroom, Gus Van Harten, The Hamilton Spectator, November 11

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If Donald Trump Kills NAFTA, Canada Could Benefit: Walkom, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, November 11

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Canada Could Face Investigation from International Court it’s Fighting to Save, Craig Scott, Globe and Mail, November 10

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Liberals ‘Seriously’ Considering Mining Ombudsperson, says Federal Corporate Social Responsibility Adviser, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, The Hill Times, November 9

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Discipline Sought for Ontario Judge Who Wore Pro-Trump Baseball Cap, Gus Van Harten, Globe and Mail, November 9

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Anti-Corruption Experts Lay into Lax Enforcement, Margaret Beare, Business Vancouver, November 8

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Osgoode Hall Law Prof Blasts Team Trudeau for Rigging Procedures to Ram CETA Through Parliament, Craig Scott, Citizen Action Monitor, November 8

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Tina Fontaine's Alleged Killer Says Police Fabricated Evidence, Lisa Dufraimont, CBC News, November 6

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Labour, Human Rights Groups Want Trudeau to Respect Promise of a Mining Ombudsperson, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Rabble, November 3

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Gateway Cigar Store Blows Away Ontario Tobacco Ban, Faisal Bhabha, Excalibur, November 2

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A Look at Canada's Six Newest Senators, Marc Gold, Inside Toronto, November 2

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Community Leader Marc Gold Named to Senate, Marc Gold, Canadian Jewish News, November 2

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Human Rights Groups Call for Federal Mining Ombudsman, Justice & Corporate Accountability Project, iPolitics, November 2

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Morneau Confirms Liberals Seeking to Eliminate More Tax Credits, Jinyan Li, Globe and Mail, November 2

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Calls Mount for Inquiry into Canadian Military’s Treatment of Afghan Detainees, Craig Scott, National Post, November 2

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Legal Clinic Scores Victory in Ticket Appeals, Daniel Ciarabellini, Law Times, October 31

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Editorial: Small Victory, Fair Change Community Services, Law Times, October 31

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New Judges Announced, but More Needed, Lorne Sossin, Law Times, October 31

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Justin Trudeau Signs Free Trade Deal, Gus Van Harten, Markets Morning, October 31

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Trudeau, EU Leaders Sign Canada-European Union Free-Trade Deal, Gus Van Harten, Times Colonist, October 30

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Gender Quotas: Who Else Has Them and Does Canada Need Them?, Aaron A. Dhir, Globalnews.ca, October 28

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Activists Award Honorary Degrees to Food Service Workers at Mock Convocation, Parmbir Gill, Excalibur, October 28

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Walloon Acceptance of Flawed Canada-Europe Trade Deal Does Canada No Favours: Walkom, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, October 28

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A Closer Look at Nine Canadians Recommended to Senate by Justin Trudeau, Marilou McPhedran, CTV News, October 27

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Se reportan más de 400 incidentes de violencia vinculados con las explotaciones mineras canadienses en América Latina durante los últimos 15 años, Shin Imai, Biodiversidad en Americal Latina y El Caribe, October 26

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“Genocide Denial” in Canada, Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, Global Research, October 26

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Former Nipissing MPP Passes, Jeff Turl, Bay Today, October 26

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How Much Police Trespassing is Permissible?, Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, MSN News, October 25

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Amended CETA Declaration Not Enough to Win Walloon Support, Documents Show, Gus Van Harten, Montreal Gazette, October 25

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Addressing Tech Divide Improves Access to Justice, Monica Goyal and Patricia Hughes, Law Times, October 24

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Canada Mining Companies in Latin America Have Blood on Hands, Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, Telesur, October 24

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Government Not Doing Enough on Violence Near Canadian Owned Mines: Report, Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, Toronto Star, October 24

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Violences Liées aux Activités Minières en Amérique Latine, Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, La Presse, October 24

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‘Room Left to Grow’: Canada’s First Aboriginal Justice Minister One Year In, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Press/Times Colonist, October 23

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Supreme Court Nominee Criticized Over Ruling in Sex Assault Case Appeal, Lisa Dufraimont, Toronto Star, October 21

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York University Site of Child Welfare Symposium, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, October 21

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Circumstances are ‘Dire’ for Canada’s Defender of the Wrongfully Convicted, Alan Young, Globe & Mail, October 21

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Innocence Canada Becoming ‘Shadow of its Former Self’, Alan Young, Metro, October 21

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Bill C-51 Panelists Urge Canadians to Take Part in National Security Consultation, Faisal Bhabha, Excalibur, October 20

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Justice Minister Announces 24 New Judges in Effort to End National Shortage, Lorne Sossin, CBC News, October 20

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Name, Logo of ‘Cleveland Team’ Won’t Be Banned From Blue Jays Game Telecast, Signa A. Daum Shanks, Toronto Star, October 17

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Supreme Court Appointment Makes History While Keeping Traditional Regional Balance, Lorne Sossin, National Post, October 17

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Osgoode Professor Releases Book of Poems, Kate Sutherland, Law Times, October 17

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Humiliated by Strip Search, Toronto Man Wants Watchdog’s Ruling Quashed, Alan Young, Toronto Star, October 12

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Daniel Ciarabellini: The Problem with Handing Out Fines to Homeless People, Daniel Ciarabellini, National Post, October 11

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Lawyer Guilty of Professional Misconduct in Handling of Roma Refugees, Osgoode Hall Law Journal, Toronto Star, October 11

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Killing the LPP and Resistance to Innovation, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Lawyer, October 10

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Expect to See More Video in Sex Assault Trials, Lisa Dufraimont, CBC News, October 8

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Former Homeless Man’s £38,500 Fines Quashed by Court in Canada, Daniel Ciarabellini, The Guardian, October 6

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Lawrence Solomon: If Voters Want to Rip Up Ontario’s Outrageous Renewable Energy Contracts, the Courts Won’t Stop Them, Patrick Monahan, Financial Post, October 6

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Bahamas Leaks: What Else Do We Need To Know To Take Action? UN Rights Experts Ask, Obiora C. Okafor, United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner, October 6

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It’s Wrong that Homeless People are Being Buried in Fines, Daniel Ciarabellini, Torontoist, October 5

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‘We Shouldn’t be Ticketing Homeless, Unwell People,’ Former Attorney General Says, Daniel Ciarabellini, CBC News, October 5

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Day of Action Against the Trans-Pacific Partnership Speaks Volumes to Canadians, Gus Van Harten, The Strand, October 5

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Judge Drops $65,000 in Fines Against Former Homeless Man, Daniel Ciarabellini, Toronto Star, October 4