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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A Mini Existential Crisis at Electoral Reform Committee, Craig Scott and B J. Sierkeirski, iPolitics, September 1

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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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Opinion: Iraq War Resisters Should Be Allowed to Stay in Canada, Craig Scott, CBC Radio, The 180, August 12

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

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

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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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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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Op-Ed: Opposition Growing to Giant Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal, Gus Van Harten and Ken Hanly, Digital Journal, July 7

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Not Just Bigots and Boors Oppose Trade Deals: McQuaig, Gus Van Harten and Linda McQuaig, Toronto Star, July 7

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Three York University Faculty Appointed to the Order of Canada, David Vaver, YFile, July 7

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Why It’s a Bad Idea to be Your Own Lawyer in Divorce Court, Lorne Sossin, AdvocateDaily.com, July 5

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

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Playing of the Edge of Laws, Edward J. Waitzer, Globe & Mail: The Lunch, June 24

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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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Interview on Government Rejection of E-Petition E-70 Demand for a Commission of Inquiry on Treatment of Afghan Detainees, Craig Scott, CBC Radio, As It Happens, June 17

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The Goal of Legalized Cannabis Shouldn’t Be Corporate Gold, Alan Young, Globe & Mail, June 16

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We Need Canadian Courts to Uphold the Spirit of our Tax Laws, Lisa Philipps, Globe & Mail, June 3

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Why Are Fewer Students Applying to Law School?, Ryan Robski, Precedent, May 24

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

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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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Indigenous Jurist Should Head the Line, Advocates Say, Cristin Schmitz and Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Lawyers Weekly, May 9

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Justice System Can't Wait for Judicial Appointments Review, Say Judges, Lorne Sossin and Alison Crawford, CBC News, May 9

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

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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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Judicial Panel Won’t Push for Judge’s Ouster, Lorne Sossin and Cristin Schmitz, The Lawyers Weekly, May 6

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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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Moving Outside Toronto Doesn't Mean Giving Up Big-City Cases, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University and Graham Clark, Advocate Daily, May 5

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Six Graduate Researchers Honoured with Thesis Prize Including Osgoode’s Dana Phillips, Dana Phillips, YFile, May 5

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My Appearance Before the Trade Committee on the TPP, Barry B. Sookman, Barry Sookman, May 5

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TRC Will Have ‘Enduring’ Impact on Law Schools, Lorne Sossin and Yamri Taddese, Law Times, May 4

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Ruling Favours Privacy Rights of Survivors, Yamri Taddese and Signa A. Daum Shanks, Law Times, May 2

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Corruption Itself has Become a Business, Poonam Puri, Business Standard, April 30

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Judge Heading Police-Oversight Review Praised for Work Ethic, Experience, Michael Tulloch and Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, Toronto Star, April 30

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

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How the ORPP Can Foster Innovation, Edward J. Waitzer and Keith Ambachtsheer, Canadian Investment Review, April 28

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

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ORPP Should Compete with Private Sector, Advocates Say, Edward J. Waitzer and Janet McFarland, April 27

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Liberals Petitioned to Hold Inquiry into Afghan Torture Allegations, Craig Scott and Murray Brewster, Globe & Mail, April 26

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He Could Have Been a Lawyer, but he Was Called to the Bard, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Toronto Star, April 24

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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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Pot Legalization Coming, So Stop Possession Arrests, Say Some, Alan Young, CBC News, April 23

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American Islamophobia Passes the Ammunition to Terrorists, Faisal Bhabha, Middle East Eye, April 21

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

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If Justin Trudeau is about to Legalize Weed, Why Are We Still Imprisoning People Over it?, Alan Young and Manisha Krishnan, Vice, April 21

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Conference To Explore African Faith-Based Activism In Canada And Western World, Obiora C. Okafor, Pride, April 20

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TTC Faces Tough Road Ahead With Random Drug Testing Program: Expert, Eric Tucker, CP24, April 20

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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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Redesigning The Economy, Shanthi Senthe, The Islamic Monthly, April 19

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

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

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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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Navi Pillay Reflects on 50 Years as a Champion for Human Rights, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Toronto Star, April 12

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

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Q & A: Jesse Razaqpur, the Artisanal Whiskey Distiller Who Sued the LCBO, Jesse Razapur and Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Toronto Life, April 8

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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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Jewish Groups Voice Frustration Over York U ‘Inclusion’ Committee, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Jewish News, April 7

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

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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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Push for NDP to Embrace, Debate Leap Manifesto Intensifies Ahead of Convention, Craig Scott, National Newswatch, April 4

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The Limits Of Open Justice, Lorne Sossin and Yamri Taddese, Canadian Lawyer, April 4

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Chinese Checkmate; Poring Over Our Trade Deal with China, Gus Van Harten finds Canada Gave Up Plenty for Nothing in Return, Gus Van Harten, ROB Magazine, April 1

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

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Lessons from Belgium, Jamil Jivani, TVO, March 31

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Challenging Our Perspectives on Legal Education and Innovation, Sam Michaels, CBA National, March 31

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UN Appointment Creates Controversy; Naming Of Canadian Professor Seen As ‘Anti-Israeli Activist’ to Position Involving Situation in Palestinian Territories Meets with Ire, Craig Scott, March 31

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

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Asylum Outcomes Vary Widely Among Refugee Judges, Sean Rehaag and Nicholas Keung, Toronto Star, March 30

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New UN Human Rights Adviser for Palestine Rebuffs Anti-Israel Allegations, Craig Scott, Kelowna Capital News, March 30

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

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International Conference at Osgoode Builds on Work Done on Criminalization Project, Nathanson Centre at Osgoode Hall Law School, YFile, March 29

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Canadian Professor Whose UN Appointment is Under Fire Says He isn’t Anti-Israel, Craig Scott, CTV News, March 29

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Dion Might Owe the UN’s New Palestinian Expert an Apology — In Person this Time, Craig Scott, iPolitics, March 29

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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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Legal Futures Round-Up: March 28, Sam Michaels, CBA National, March 28

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Deceit and Democracy: Do Broken Election Promises Matter? Part 2: The Role of the Media, Craig Scott, Rabble, March 28

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UN Scandal With A Canadian Twist: New Human-Rights Rapporteur Says He’s Not Anti-Israel, Craig Scott, National Post, March 28

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Deceit and Democracy: Do Broken Election Promises Matter? Part 1: Liberals with the Truth, Craig Scott, Rabble, March 27

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Police Carding Criticism Comes from All Sides in Wake of New Rules, Knia Singh, Toronto Star, March 26

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

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

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Has Regulation Made Financial Markets Less Functional, Edward J. Waitzer, Globe & Mail, March 25

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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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Toronto Ombudsman Says Regular Complaints Continue to Rise, Lorne Sossin, Toronto Star, March 24

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

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

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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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Commentary: John Kasich Trumped By Canada’s Anti-Spam Law?, Barry B. Sookman, Cable & Telecom, 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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Law School On Trial: Obiter Dicta's Student Survey, Michael Motala, CBA National, March 22

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Ontario is About to Put Basic Income to the Test, Michael Motala, Financial Times, March 17

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Laurentian Responds to CAUT Investigation, Eric Tucker, Northern Life, March 16

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Global Refugee Crisis is the Talk of the Town at Osgoode’s Refugee Advocacy and Training Event, Lorne Sossin and Kanchi Uttamchandani, Excalibur, March 14