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 2016

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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

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Letters to the Editor March 4: What Not to Say About a Homicide, Kyle Elliott, Ottawa Citizen, March 4

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

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Ottawa Urged to Grant Permanent Status to Migrant Workers Upon Arrival, Fay Faraday and Nicholas Keung, Toronto Star, September 11

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Judge 'Got it Right' in Complex Matter, Says Osgoode's Farrow, Trevor C. W. Farrow, The Lawyers Weekly, April 15

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Justice Robin Camp: What's at Stake for Sexual Assault Cases, Trevor C. W. Farrow, CBC.ca, September 7

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School Abuse Victims’ Privacy Rights Upheld, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Lawyers Weekly, April 29

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This Company Lends Money to Pay for Your Divorce, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Toronto Star, April 19

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Newfoundland and Labrador Mulls $32,000 Pay Hike for Judges Amid Fiscal Crunch, Trevor C. W. Farrow and Sue Bailey, Times Colonist, May 8

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Ongoing Judicial Vacancies Slows Court System, Trevor C. W. Farrow and Nicole Riva, Yahoo! News, April 12

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Participatory Budgeting — Not A One-Size-Fits-All Approach, Alexandra Flynn, Corporate Strategy, January 21

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George Knia Singh Would Bring Substance to Queen’s Park, Samuel Getachew and Knia Singh, Huffington Post, May 10

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

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Editorial: Justice Cromwell, Loyal to the Law, Philip Girard, Chronicle Herald, March 23

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Supreme Court Justice Thomas Cromwell to Retire in September, Philip Girard, Metro News, March 22

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Jian Ghomeshi Decision Sparks Debate in Legal Community, Jasmine Godfrey and Nadia Klein, March 30

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

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

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Assisted-Dying Committee Cautioned to Avoid ‘Patchwork’ Policies, Peter W. Hogg, iPolitics, January 25

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Survivor of St. John’s Sexual Assault Suing Police and Province for Failing to Warn Public a Predator Was Lurking, Allan Hutchinson and Sue Bailey, Ottawa Citizen, September 18

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Climate Change: A Constitutional Puzzle, Allan C. Hutchinson, Globe & Mail, April 27

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What the U.S. Can teach Canada About Supreme Court Appointments, Allan C. Hutchinson, Globe & Mail, April 7

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Girouard Stays. Douglas Goes. Double Standard?, Allan C. Hutchinson and David Dias, Legal Feeds, April 21

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Critics Decry Secretive Discipline System for Crown Attorneys, Allan Hutchinson and Jacques Gallant, Toronto Star, September 24

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Canadian Company Tried to Stop Referendum on Mine in Guatemala, Shin Imai, Toronto Star, August 11

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Glacial Progress On Policing Miners, Shin Imai, BNN, February 19

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Mining Company Tied to Reno Faces Scrutiny for Guatemala Operations, Shin Imai, Reno Gazette-Journal, September 6

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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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Upward Grind In Crude Prices Expected to End, Shin Imai, BNN, February 23

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Feds Won’t Change Harper-Era Mining Ethics Office, Shin Imai and Peter Mazereeuw, Embassy, February 10

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Free Legal Help for Workplace Violations Comes to Jane-Finch, Phanath Im, Toronto Star, March 10

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Court Dismisses Fournel’s Bid to Block Film, Innocence Project, Timmins The Daily Press, January 28

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Why Innocent Kids Confess to Crimes, Innocence Project, Toronto Star, January 17

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Ontario Woman Convicted of Killing Ex-Lover’s Nephew Granted Day Parole, Innocence Project and Paola Loriggio, CTV News, July 3

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Families with Issues over Home Nursing Care in Ontario Say Things Not Getting Better, Sheila Jennings, Global News, April 5

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Community Organizer Speaks with Racialized Youth in Brussels, Jamil Jivani, CBC Metro Morning, March 31

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Europe’s Cycle of Terrorism and Islamophobia, Jamil Jivani, Huffington Post, March 25

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Lessons from Belgium, Jamil Jivani, TVO, March 31

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There’s No Easy Way to Combat Radicalization on Belgium, Jamil Jivani and Rachel Brown, Vice News, March 23

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Why Canada’s Cities Aren’t Cracking Down on Marijuana Stores, Harrison Jordan, Globe & Mail, May 5

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Toronto Overtakes Vancouver as Country’s Cannabis Capital, Harrison Jordan and Mike Hager, Globe & Mail, May 6

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

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

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

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

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How We Swim in Canada, Faisal Kutty, Toronto Star, July 13

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

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Let’s Stand with All, Not Just Some, Terrorized People, Faisal Kutty, Toronto Star, March 29

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The Disturbing Agenda to Rewrite India’s History, Faisal Kutty, Toronto Star, June 29

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Those Living in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw Stones, Faisal Kutty, The Express Tribune, May 7

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Time for Egypt to Allow Khaled al-Qazzaz to Return Home, Faisal Kutty, Middle East Eye, May 10

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Time to Overhaul Canada’s No-Fly Program, Faisal Kutty and Mustafa Jilani, Toronto Star, January 15

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Why Judicial Independence Must Include Diversity, Sonia Lawrence, CBC.ca, September 25

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The Road Not Taken: Bernardo Judge Considered Priesthood, Patrick Lesage, CBC News, January 31

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

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TWU Heads for Top Court After Losing Appeal, James MacPherson and Cristin Schmitz, The Lawyers Weekly, July 11

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Lessons Learned from ‘The Jewish Hour’, Michael Mandel and Rick Salutin, Toronto Star, September 23

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Strict Review of Standard Texts is SCC’s Direction, John McCamus and Cristin Schmitz, Lawyers Weekly, September 30

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