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 2015

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Dufferin-Caledon MP’s office won’t release Syrian refugee petition, Michael Power, Caledon Enterprise, December 10

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Banning “bad” blood: Reconsidering blood donation policies, Jerico Espinas, Juxtaposition, December 9

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As an academic, Liberal MP critiqued TPP copyright rule he may have to support, Barry Sookman, iPolitics, December 9

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Learning from the Rama First Nation Elder’s Council, Brittany Hazell, Canadian Lawyer 4Students, December 7

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Law unfair to car crash victims; Lawyer argues Ontario’s Bill 15 is unconstitutional, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto Sun, December 6

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A look at the hidden force behind the rise of executive pay: consultants, Edward J. Waitzer, Globe and Mail, December 6

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The trouble with equity-based pay and the elusive quest for a remedy, Edward J. Waitzer, Globe and Mail, December 5

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Liberal government’s throne speech promises to legalize, regulate marijuana, Alan N. Young, CP24, December 5

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Wrist-slap not enough for police who break law, Enzo Rondinelli, Toronto Star, December 1

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Are we doing enough to optimize the student body’s mental health?, Benjamin L. Berger, Mya Rimon, and Ellen Schlesinger, Associate Dean, November 30

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Custody and Disability, Roxanne Mykitiuk, AMI-audio, November 29

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Congratulations – and some questions – for Canada’s ministers on our refugee policy, Ron Atkey, Globe and Mail, November 26

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Picturing a broader legal medium, Lorne Sossin and Lisa Jackson, Lawyers Weekly, November 26

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Eva Melamed first Jewish woman in McGill sports hall, Eva Melamed, Canadian Jewish News, November 25

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Reining in the Senate, Craig M. Scott, The National Post, November 25

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COP21 must address the trade cost of carbon pricing: Don Pittis, Gus Van Harten, CBC News, November 25

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It's time to reform the role of Speaker of the House of Commons, Craig M. Scott, The National Post, November 24

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Thank Osgoode for social justice – Why OSAII became possible, Knia Singh, Obiter Dicta, November 24

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'Slutwalks aren't the lunatic fringe of feminism. They're a reminder that dressing "like a slut" is never an invitation to rape', Osgoode Hall Law School, Yahoo News UK, November 23

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Canada refugee program to exclude single men: CBC, Sean Rehaag, Radio Canada International, November 23

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Liberal win offers us a real shot at real reform of our electoral system, Craig M. Scott, The National Post, November 23

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Long-Awaited Charbonneau Commission Report Into Quebec Corruption Is Around The Corner, Margaret E. Beare, Montreal Gazette, November 20

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Long-awaited Charbonneau Commission report into Quebec corruption is around the corner, Margaret E. Beare, Montreal Gazette, November 20

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‘Brilliant’ operation targets underworld’s upper crust, Margaret E. Beare, Montreal Gazette, November 19

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New pension law reflects changing expectations, Edward J. Waitzer, Investment Executive, November 19

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Why Paris was the target of the ISIS massacre, Ruba Ali Al-Hassani, The Fiscal Times, November 16

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Five truths you should know about terrorism and Islam, Faisal Kutty, Huffington Post, November 16

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ERHA Hosts First Annual Conference, Stu Marvel, The Emory Wheel, November 16

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Roy Green – Legalizing marijuana, Alan N. Young, Talk Radio AM 640, November 15

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Addressing global mental health: The role of sustainable development goals, Jerico Espinas, Juxtaposition, November 13

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Ottawa dragging out lawsuit from residential school survivors in Newfoundland, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Globe and Mail, November 13

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Legal expert: Alberta man ticketed for ‘F*** Harper’ sign has good constitutional case, Allan C. Hutchinson, Yahoo Canada, November 13

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Warrantless search upheld in drug case, Enzo Rondinelli, Lawyers Weekly, November 13

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Canadian universities search for balance in accepting corporate money, Gus Van Harten, Globe and Mail, November 13

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Robin Camp case: What does it take to have a judge removed from the bench?, Trevor C. W. Farrow, November 12, November 12

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Wrongly convicted of murder, Roméo Phillion never lost resilient spirit, Osgoode’s Innocence Project, Globe and Mail, November 11

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Assault charges dropped against pair of police officers, Alan N. Young, Toronto Star, November 11

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Peterborough Rotarians hear the story of Gordon Farquharson’s military career, Gordon Farquharson, Peterborough Examiner, November 10

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Federal Court judge under review for berating sex assault complainant, Trevor C. W. Farrow, CBC News, November 10

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Safe in a sacred space, Sean Rehaag, Vice, November 10

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Stephen Harper’s accidental legal legacy, Benjamin L. Berger, Globe and Mail, November 6

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Lawsuit may be on again after Ontario Court of Appeal order, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Lawyers Weekly, November 6

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Kept apart by a miscarriage of justice, torn apart by death, brothers finally together, Osgoode’s Innocence Project, Prince George Citizen, November 6

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Roméo Phillion: Decades spent in prison for murder he didn’t commit, Osgoode’s Innocence Project, Globe and Mail, November 6

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Watch an incredible 1983 clip foreshadowing Canada’s new leadership, Sonia Lawrence, Slate, November 5

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Empowering asset owners, Edward J. Waitzer, Top1000funds.com, November 4

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Limited-scope retainers – What’s in it for you?, Lorne Sossin, CBA National Online, November 2

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Osgoode classes aimed at bridging business knowledge gap, Lorne Sossin and Beppino Pasquali, Canadian Lawyer 4Students, November 2

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Ontario sets strict new limits on police street checks, Knia Singh, Toronto Star, October 29

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Shopper’s gift card suit fails, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Blacklock’s Reporter, October 27

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Canada lacks proper indemnity fund for investors, Investor Recovery Conference hosted by Osgoode and FAIR, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Advisor.ca, October 27

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No-contest settlements still hot-button issue, Investor Recovery Conference hosted by Osgoode and FAIR, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Advisor.ca, October 27

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Legal protection for climate change actions, Gus Van Harten, Radio Canada International, October 27

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The GNWT’s dangerous affair with China, Gus Van Harten, Edgeyk.com, October 27

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Message to Trudeau: Voters spoke loud and clear for cities, Alexandra Flynn, Spacing, October 26

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That’s History: New government a chance to fix long-troubled judicial selection process, Philip Girard, Law Times, October 26

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OSC using more freeze orders to recoup fraud money, challenges remain, Investor Recovery Conference hosted by Osgoode and FAIR, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Globe and Mail, October 26

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Number of applications to US law schools may increase, Mya Rimon, The Varsity, October 26

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Adam Dodek: Pull back the curtain on the Harper-Trudeau transition, Lorne Sossin, Ottawa Citizen, October 26

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U.S. Experience Could Guide Canada On Legalizing Pot, Expert Says, Alan N. Young, Toronto Star, October 26

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Time to move past promises on Syrian refugees, Ron Atkey, Toronto Star, October 25

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Powerful pieces mark McMichael’s Transforming Spirit exhibition, Jamie Cameron, yorkregion.com, October 24

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Trudeau’s First Challenges, Benjamin L. Berger, Globe and Mail, October 23

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It’s about consent, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, Le Provocateur, October 23

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Carding opponent: Chief justifies ‘arbitrary detention based on fear’, Knia Singh, CBC, October 22

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Kent McNeil: Stop Wasting Money Fighting Aboriginals, Kent McNeil, National Post, October 21

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Work stress: Why women have it worse than men, Aaron A. Dhir, Agenda – the blog of the World Economic Forum, October 20

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Health care for refugees in Canada: Recognizing international human rights, Jerico Espinas, OBA.org, October 20

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Five separate cancers. One tenacious Toronto lawyer, Sabrina Fuoco, Toronto Star, October 19

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Getting the vote out in Humber River-Black Creek, Jamil Jivani, CBC Metro Morning, October 19

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Why concern for the environment doesn’t boost Green party fortunes, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, October 15

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Convicted killer’s appeal request dismissed by top court, Alan N. Young, Yahoo.com Daily Brew, October 15

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Jane-Finch’s 1 per cent solution, Jamil Jivani, Kyle Elliott, Michael Thorburn, and Madeline Boyce, Now Magazine, October 14

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What happens if we end up with a hung parliament?, Bruce B. Ryder, News 1130 (Vancouver), October 14

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Law professor gives away 300 turkeys to encourage voting, Jamil Jivani, CTV News, October 12

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Governor-General could play key role if election ends with hung Parliament, Bruce B. Ryder, Globe and Mail, October 12

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Licence appeal switch moves forward, Lorne Sossin, Law Times, October 12

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Deficits: Past, Present and Future, Lisa Philipps, TVO The Agenda with Steve Paikin, October 9

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership puts democracy up for sale, Gus Van Harten, HuffPost’s The Blog, October 9

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Will TPP live up to its political hype? A guide to the trade deal for Canadian consumers, Gus Van Harten, National Post, October 6

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Taxing changes, Jordan Atin, Canadian Lawyer, October 5

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Safety and security for Canadians, Ron Atkey, Ladysmith Chronicle (British Columbia), October 5

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Justice is blind when it comes to Canadian jury selection, Benjamin L. Berger, Toronto Star, October 5

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Legal marijuana going to pot in #elxn42, Alan N. Young, Now Magazine, October 5

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Amber Rose led a rally to blast culture of body shaming and victim blaming, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, TakePart, October 4

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TTIP: Recht van de sterkste, Professor Gus Van Harten, Gus Van Harten, VPro Tegenlicht (Germany), October 4

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Regulators need to heed the rise of crowdfunded ‘techquity’ markets, Robert Keller and Michael Motala, Globe and Mail, October 2

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Tight Election Battles in Toronto-Area Suburbs Show No Party Has A Lock On Immigrant Votes, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, National Post, October 2

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The Domestic Fallout Of Harper’s Foreign Policy: Siddiqui, Faisal Bhabha, Toronto Star, October 1

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How the Bell Curve bleaches out intellectual diversity, Michael Motala, CBA National, October 1

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The other victims – (Re: Hypocrisy On Campus, Avi Benlolo, Sept. 22; Intolerance By Any Other Name, Letter to the Editor, Oct. 1), Lorne Sossin, National Post, October 1

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Selling Canada Out, One Deal At A Time, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, September 30

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Changing the state of gender diversity on TSX-listed exec teams, Aaron A. Dhir, BNN Video, September 29

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Securities regulators urged to make gender diversity policies mandatory, Aaron A. Dhir, Globe and Mail, September 29

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When the hard cold facts back up instinctive knowledge, Aaron A. Dhir, Forbes, September 29

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Retroactive change of law prompts OPP to drop probe of RCMP gun data destruction, Lorne Sossin and Jamie Cameron, Canadian Press, September 29

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Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School responds to comment by Avi Benlolo, Lorne Sossin, YFile, September 28

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Election commentary: Canada’s international trade, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, September 28

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Ten ways the TPP gives too much power to foreign investors, Gus Van Harten, Rabble.ca, September 28

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These court cases may be just for show. But that’s a moot point., Faisal Bhabha, Maclean’s, September 26