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

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

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

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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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Parents’ Subsidiary Liabilities Hit Home, Poonam Puri and Luis Sarabia, Listed, March 6

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

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

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

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

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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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McMillan Unveils New Leadership Team, Marshall Rothstein Joins Osgoode Hall, and Other Legal Moves and Grooves for Jan. 11, Marshall Rothstein and Julius Melnitzer, Financial Post, January 11

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Lively Crowd Debates Whether to Change Canada’s Election System, Craig Scott and Rosie Grover, Hamilton Spectator, September 18

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

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

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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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Commentary: John Kasich Trumped By Canada’s Anti-Spam Law?, Barry B. Sookman, Cable & Telecom, March 23

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

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Why Canada has Nothing to Fear Over TPP and Intellectual Property, Barry B. Sookman, Financial Post, January 6

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Behind the Headlines, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Lawyer Magazine, January 4

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

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Chief Justice Bluntly Warns Cupboard Bare, Lorne Sossin, The Lawyers Weekly, September 9

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Serious Injuries Sustained in Reported Armed Robbery, but Arrest Made in Fall Sexual Assault, Lorne Sossin, Excalibur, January 14

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

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

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Tongue Tied: The No Comment, Comment, Lorne Sossin, CaledonEnterprise.com, March 2

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

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

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

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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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Yakabuski Apologizes for Reference Letter to Supporter Charged with Sexual Assault, Lorne Sossin, CBC News, October 4

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

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Retiring Justice Thomas Cromwell Brought Clarity, Passion for Improving Access to Justice, Lorne Sossin and Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star, September 14

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Pressure to Name First Indigenous Supreme Court Judge Could See Trudeau Shaking Up Rules, Lorne Sossin, Ian MacLeod, and Jason Fekete, National Post, September 16

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

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

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Judicial Leaders Seek More Control Over Court Administration, Budgets, Lorne Sossin and Cristin Schmitz, Lawyers Weekly, September 9

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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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Conservative Government Gave ‘Serious Thought’ to Gender Parity on Supreme Court, Lorne Sossin and Joanna Smith, Global News, September 12

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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