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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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

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How Student Caseworkers Unionized Their Summer Jobs, Jenna Meguid and Parmbir Gill, Rank and File, March 11

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

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Jane and Finch Residents Can Now Access a New Legal Aid Division at Osgoode Hall Law School, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Inside Toronto, March 9

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Regulators Restrain a ‘Public Interest’ Push on Poison Pills, Sean Vanderpol and Edward J. Waitzer, Financial Post, March 8

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

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Stock Exchange Cracks Down After Stream of ‘Shell’ Companies Make it to Market, Edward J. Waitzer, Financial Post, March 7

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Building allies, breaking stereotypes, and addressing the needs of indigenous students, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Excalibur (Toronto), March 6

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Parents’ Subsidiary Liabilities Hit Home, Poonam Puri and Luis Sarabia, Listed, March 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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Tongue Tied: The No Comment, Comment, Lorne Sossin, CaledonEnterprise.com, March 2

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CETA Critics Force Europe, Canada to Revise Trade Pact, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, March 2

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Lukewarm Reception for New EU Trade Deal Investor Rules, Gus Van Harten and Peter Mazereeuw, Embassy, March 2

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

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New Study Confirms: Private ‘Trade’ Courts Serve The Ultra-Wealthy, Gus Van Harten, Common Dreams, March 1

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Empirical Law In Canada: Lessons For U.S., Osgoode Graduate Law Students' Association, New Legal Realism Conversations, February 29

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Postdoctoral Fellows to Speak At Osgoode Event, Osgoode Research & Institutional Relations, YFile, February 29

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New Study Confirms: Private “Trade” Courts Serve the Ultra-Wealthy, Gus Van Harten, Pavel Malysheuski, and Richard Eskow, Huffington Post, February 29

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Ottawa Should Shutter the Office of Religious Freedom, Bruce Ryder and Luka Ryder-Bunting, Toronto Star, February 25

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Summer Caseworkers at Parkdale Community Legal Services Ratify Their First Collective Agreement, Parkdale Community Legal Services, Inside Toronto, February 24

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‘Shopping While Black’: Marketplace Finds Some Shoppers Targeted By Retailers Because Of Race, Tomee Elizabeth Sojourner and Lindsay Sample, CBC News, February 24

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

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Robert Pickton Can’t Be Prevented From Profiting From Memoir, Alan Young, CBC News, February 23

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Oshawa MP Provided Reference Letter to Kidnapper for Sentencing Hearing, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Lawyer InHouse, February 22

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Federal Prosecutors Maintain Hard Line On Pot As Legalization Looms, Alan Young, Globe & Mail, February 22

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

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Pot Businesses Caught Up in Legal Haze, Alan Young and Christopher Guly, The Lawyers Weekly, February 19

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'Shopping While Black’ Focus Of Ontario Human Rights Commission Report, Tomee Elizabeth Sojourner, CBC News, February 17

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

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Sectarian War In Syria Introduced New Gender-Based Crimes, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University and Hilmi Zawati, The World Post, February 16

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Will Marijuana Legalization Push The Pusher Out Of Business?, Alan Young, Globe & Mail, February 16

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Canada’s Forgotten Economic Pact with the EU in Limbo, Gus Van Harten, Globe & Mail, February 15

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Ghomeshi Lawyer Marie Henein Doesn’t Relish the Public Spotlight, Alan Young, Toronto Star, February 13

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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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Chris Selley: When Total Strangers Weigh In, Twitter is No Justice at All, Craig Scott, National Post, February 9

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Playing the Long Game, Edward J. Waitzer, National Post, February 9

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

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

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

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Big Law’s Hiring Emphasis on ‘Fit’ Tips the Balance Against LGBT Candidates, Michael Motala, Globe & Mail, February 4

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Unintended Consequences of Mandatory Charging for Domestic Abuse, Janet Mosher and Doreen Nicoll, Raise the Hammer, February 3

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The Mural and the Damage Done, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Jewish News, February 3

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Your Daily Spiel for Wednesday, Lorne Sossin and Daniel Korin, Canadian Jewish News, February 3

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A Quick Look at Members of the Alberta Government’s Cabinet, Rachel Notley, Herald News, February 2

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Supporters Express Shock after Prominent Preacher Charged In Historic Sex Assault, Craig Scott, CP24, February 2

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Universities Cannot Thrive When Some Students Feel Unwelcome, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Jewish News, February 2

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

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

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Debunking FIPA: Canada’s Lopsided Investment Deal with China, Gus Van Harten, Rabble, January 28

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For Refugee Claimants in Small Cities, It’s An Uphill Battle, Say Lawyers, Sean Rehaag, Embassy, January 27

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“Palestinian Roots” Here To Stay, Despite Bronfman Withdrawal, Lorne Sossin and Ryan Moore, Excalibur, January 27

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Osler Announces Partnership With Ryerson’s Legal Innovation Zone and Other Legal Moves and Grooves for January 26, Marshall Rothstein and Mark Hassleback, Financial Post, January 26

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Paul Bronfman ‘Outraged’ Over Pro-Palestinian Mural at York University, Lorne Sossin, Globe & Mail, January 26

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

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

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The Fatal Hunting Accident That Saw Former NHL Star Stan Jonathan Kill Peter Kosid In 2012, Alan Young and Susan Clairmont, Inside Halton, January 23

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Owner of Pot-Shop Chain Vows to Reopen Toronto Vapour Lounge, Alan Young, Globe & Mail, January 22

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

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Black in Toronto: Remembering The Late Great Lincoln Alexander, Who Pledged to Speak For Those Who Are Discriminated Against, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Bloor West Villager, January 21

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Perception Of Animosity Between Harper, Top Court Misguided: Study, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Globe & Mail, January 20

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The TPP Hands Control Over Trade to the World’s Wealthiest, Gus Van Harten and Sujata Dey, Huffington Post, January 20

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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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Confession Recanted: Part 2, Alan Young and Innocence Project, CHCH TV, January 19

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Osgoode Lands Legal Giant, Lorne Sossin and Marshall Rothstein, Law Times, January 18

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Confession Recanted: Part 1, Alan Young and Innocence Project, CHCH TV, January 18

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

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

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Toronto Innocence Project Tackles 1983 Brantford Murder Case, Alan Young, Innocence Project, and Susan Gamble, Brantford Expositor, January 15

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First Aboriginal Dean Appointed at Canadian Law School, Lorne Sossin, Legal Feeds, January 14