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

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

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Canada’s Judges Urged to Speak Out and Change Outdated Perceptions, Lorne Sossin, The Globe and Mail, May 25

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

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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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Former Justice Allen Linden '60 Remembered, Lorne Sossin, Law Times, September 5

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

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

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

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Liberals Fail to Deliver on Pledge to Publish Excerpts ‘Shortly’ From Applications for Bench, Lorne Sossin, The Lawyer's Daily, October 25

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Rhino, Kate Sutherland, BBC Radio Natural Histories, October 24

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Elephants in the Sustainability Room, Raj Thamotheram and Edward J. Waitzer, Investment and Pensions Europe, October 24

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Family of Man Killed by Police 'Dumbfounded' Officers Don't Get Mandatory Mental Health Training, The Innocence Project, CBC News, October 25

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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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Five Things We Learned from the Damning Report on the University of Calgary’s Connections with Enbridge, Gus Van Harten, DeSmog Canada, October 13

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Government For The People, Not Fossil Fuel Corporations, Gus Van Harten, rabble.ca, October 31

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

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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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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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Why A Canadian Mining Company Is Suing Romania for $4.4 Billion, Gus Van Harten, DeSmog Canada, October 19

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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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Above the Law, Alan Young, BuzzFeed, September 15

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

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

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Holes Emerge in Toronto’s Crackdown on Marijuana Dispensaries, Alan Young, The Globe and Mail, October 20

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‘My son didn’t deserve to die’; Manslaughter charges against alleged fentanyl dealers piling up across Canada, Alan Young, National Post, October 10

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

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

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Police Raids Against Marijuana Storefronts Unconstitutional, This Pot Retailer Argues In Court, Alan Young and The Innocence Project, CBC News, October 19

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Will the Shooting Death of Michael MacIsaac Finally Change Police Use of Force Training in Ontario?, Alan Young and The Innocence Project, NOW, October 28

Media Mentions from 2016

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Ontario’s Pension Plan Presents a Game-Changing Opportunity, Keith Ambachtsheer and Edward J. Waitzer, Globe & Mail, May 10

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Our Investment Advisers’ Moral Compasses are Still Being Aligned, Keith Ambachtsheer and Edward J. Waitzer, Globe & Mail, August 16

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Lawyer Ghuna Bdiwi Who Fought for Freedom in Syria Brings Legal Expertise to Canada, Ghuna Bdiwi, Canadian Immigrant, March 30

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

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Crossing the Thin Blue Line: Police Misconduct in Hamilton, Margaret Beare and Steve Buist, Hamilton Spectator, September 10

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Watchdogs, Oversight and Ontario's Thin Blue Line: How the Stakes Got So High, Margaret Beare and Tyler Dawson, Ottawa Citizen, July 8

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Tory Says Changes are Necessary to Modernize Policing, Margaret Beare and Kendra Mangione, CTV News, January 19

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Is Being a Vegan a Human Right? Advocates Claim Protection Under New Ontario Policy, but That Wasn’t the Point, Benjamin Berger, National Post, February 5

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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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Supreme Court Rules Police Can Swab a Suspected Rapist Without a Warrant, Benjamin Berger and Sean Fine, Globe & Mail, June 23

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Law Society Medal For Bessner's Outstanding Work For Women In Law, Ronda Bessner, Law Society of Upper Canada Gazette, April 18

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American Islamophobia Passes the Ammunition to Terrorists, Faisal Bhabha, Middle East Eye, April 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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Gateway Cigar Store Blows Away Ontario Tobacco Ban, Faisal Bhabha, Excalibur, November 2

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How Harper Systematically Mined Anti-Muslim Prejudices, Faisal Bhabha, Toronto Star, April 10

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Why Anti-Muslim Hate Statistics Don’t Tell the Full Story, Faisal Bhabha, The Express Tribune, April 23

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York University’s ‘Inclusion’ Committee Stacked with Anti-Israel Faculty, Jewish Group Charges, Faisal Bhabha and Roxanne Mykitiuk, National Post, April 6

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No Right to a Discriminatory Defence, Joanna Birenbaum, Pamela Cross, and Amanda Dale, Toronto Star, February 8

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Osgoode Hall Law School Honours Yolande Edwards, Black Law Students Association, Law Times, March 7

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Open Your Mind: A Q&A with Osgoode Hall Law School Professor Margaret Boittin, Margaret Boittin, YFile, January 7

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'Cultural Genocide’ of Canada’s Indigenous Peoples is a ‘Mourning Label,' Former War Crimes Prosecutor Says, Joseph Brean, National Post, January 15

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Acquittal Would Be Just Result In Ghomeshi Case, Boris Bytensky, Toronto Sun, February 8

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The Law When It Comes to Defending Your Property, Boris Bytensky, Toronto Star, February 4

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Task Force Report on Medical Regulatory Bodies Kept Secret Over Defamation Concerns, Jamie Cameron, Toronto Star, July 13

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Wrestling with Media’s Access in Assisted Death, Jamie Cameron, Lawyers Weekly, March 25

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Request for Bikini Photo in Line with ‘Open Court’, Jamie Cameron and Alia Dharssi, National Post, February 5

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Supreme Court Justice Cromwell to Retire, Jamie Cameron and Philip Girard, Inside Toronto, March 23

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Uneasiness Over Ruling Buying Time, Jamie Cameron and Cristin Schmitz, The Lawyers Weekly, January 25

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Law School and In-Practice Needs: Are We Ready to Negotiate?, Natasha Carew and Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Canadian Lawyer 4Students, April 4

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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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Former Homeless Man’s £38,500 Fines Quashed by Court in Canada, Daniel Ciarabellini, The Guardian, 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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Judge Drops $65,000 in Fines Against Former Homeless Man, Daniel Ciarabellini, Toronto Star, October 4

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

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Osgoode Law Student Heads Appeal of Former Homeless Man’s $70K in Fines, Daniel Ciarabellini, CBC News, October 3

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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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Shareholder Activism Examined, Mary Condon, bpmmagazine.com, September 27

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What, Like It's Hard?, Alissa Cooper and Daryna Kutsyna, Varsity, September 18

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

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Federal Copyright Lawsuit Involving Blacklock’s Reporter Puts Content Paywalls at Stake, Giuseppina d'Agostino and Barry Sookman, Financial Post, September 16

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Deported Roma Have Little Chance Of Return Despite Disciplinary Rulings Against Their Lawyers, Jennifer Danch and Sean Rehaag, CBC News, February 6

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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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Professor Signa Daum Shanks Comments on Behavioural Economics, Provincial Governments, and Indigenous Peoples: “Tackling Root Causes a Sound Policy”, Signa A. Daum Shanks, The Star Phoenix, March 28

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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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Here’s How We Can Get More Women in S & P 500 Boardrooms, Aaron A. Dhir, The Street, March 24

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Institutional Investors Don’t Seem to Care About Women on Corporate Boards — But They Should, Aaron A. Dhir, The Street, March 24

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The Diversity Advantage, Aaron A. Dhir, The Atlantic, February 16

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Is the Stock Market Sexist?, Aaron A. Dhir and Katie Gilbert, Pacific Standard Magazine, January 12

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5 Reasons Having More Women In Leadership Positions Is Good For Everyone, Aaron Dhir and Georgina Lawton, Bustle, September 27

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FYI Industry Profile: Paul Sanderson, Kerry Doole and Paul Sanderson, FYI Music News, April 12

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RU Considers Unique Approach to Legal Education, Al Downham, Eyeopener, March 1

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

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