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

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Supreme Court to rule on mandatory minimum jail terms for gun possession, Benjamin L. Berger, Globe and Mail, April 14

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Supreme Court to rule on mandatory minimum jail terms for gun possession, Benjamin L. Berger, Globe and Mail, April 14

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

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Two predictions about Friday’s Quebec gun registry decision, Benjamin L. Berger, Global News, March 26

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Unlikely Indiana-style religious freedom law could make it in Canada, Benjamin L. Berger, Global News, March 31

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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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Canadian court strikes down niqab ban for new citizens, Faisal Bhabha, Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), February 8

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‘Disembodied’ lawyers urged to get mindful, Faisal Bhabha, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), May 22

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Does Stephen Harper care about Muslims?, Faisal Bhabha, The Harper Decade, May 21

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

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

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VIDEO: Art and the law, Faisal Bhabha, Law Times (Scarborough, ON), April 6

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Judge rejects Ontario man’s ‘racist will’ that disinherited daughter for having ‘bastard white son’, Howard Black, National Post, January 29

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Osgoode to unveil provocative art installation, Cindy Blazevic, Canadian Lawyer's Legal Feeds Blog, September 10

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“Through a Penal System, Darkly”: Photographer Documents Kingston Penitentiary, Cindy Blazevic, Truthout, September 22

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Kinder Morgan Underestimating Environmental, Health Risks Of Pipeline Expansion - Report, Andrée Boisselle, Vancouver Sun, May 27

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Time to scrap tax break for very rich, Neil Brooks and Linda McQuaig, Toronto Star, May 19

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Access to Justice in International Tort Cases: Chevron Corporation v Yaiguaje, Kimberley Byers and Sophie Chiasson, OBA.org, September 21

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

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Supreme Court assisted-suicide ruling just latest contentious moral issue Parliament seems loathe to touch, Jamie Cameron, National Post, February 6

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Retiring Ontario judge looks back, ponders future, Sandra Chapnik, Canadian Jewish News, December 12

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Demand for Canadian surrogates surging, industry insiders say, Sara Cohen, Yahoo! News CA, September 8

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Law doesn’t address demand for surrogates, Sara Cohen, Advocate Daily, September 10

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Sperm donor shortage forces Canadians to look to U.S., Sara Cohen, Toronto Star, April 7

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Beware of trolls: Experts raise concerns about Canada’s new trademark law, Carys J. Craig, CBA PracticeLink, February 1

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Beware of trolls: Experts raise concerns about Canada’s new trademark law, Carys J. Craig, CBA PracticeLink, March 1

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Technological neutrality a key issue in upcoming royalty case, Carys J. Craig, Law Times (Scarborough, ON), February 2

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In the pipelines’ path: Canada’s First Nations lead resistance, Signa A. Daum Shanks, Montreal Gazette, September 4

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Opinion: Women should get tampons at no cost, Signa A. Daum Shanks, The StarPhoenix (Saskatoon), June 4

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Provide context, Signa A. Daum Shanks, The StarPhoenix (Saskatoon), Letter to the Editor, April 16

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SCC to hear Daniels this fall, Signa A. Daum Shanks, Law Times (Scarborough, ON), May 4

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Challenging Boardroom Homogeneity, Aaron A. Dhir, The Faculty Lounge, June 1

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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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How men and women see gender equality differently, Aaron A. Dhir, World Economic Forum Agenda, February 11

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Nappier Panel: No easy way to get more women on corporate boards, Aaron A. Dhir, Hartford Courant, September 16

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Professor Aaron Dhir comments on report regarding women on Canadian corporate boards, Aaron A. Dhir, Radio-Canada, January 13

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Professor Aaron Dhir discusses his new book and gender diversity in corporate boardrooms on NPR program “Where We Live”, Aaron A. Dhir, WNPR (Connecticut), May 12

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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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Using the law to achieve boardroom diversity (and redistribute power), Aaron A. Dhir, Forbes, May 6

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What Canada should learn from Europe about gender quotas, Aaron A. Dhir, Globe and Mail, March 12

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What Norway can teach the U.S. about getting more women into boardrooms, Aaron A. Dhir, The Atlantic (Washington, DC), May 4

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What’s the return on equality: Aaron Dhir on disclosure, Aaron A. Dhir, The Faculty Lounge, March 23

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What’s the return on equality: Aaron Dhir on quotas, Aaron A. Dhir, The Faculty Lounge, March 23

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What’s the return on equality: Aaron Dhir responds to questions, Aaron A. Dhir, The Faculty Lounge, March 24

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

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Why diversity quotas in the boardroom may be a good idea, Aaron A. Dhir, Crane and Matten blog, April 22

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Will 2015 see more women on corporate boards?, Aaron A. Dhir, Toronto Star, January 6

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Women directors change how boards work, Aaron A. Dhir, Harvard Business Review, February 17

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Women representation on boards still very low, but growing, Aaron A. Dhir, Investment Executive, September 22

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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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Light through the window, Susan G. Drummond, Canadian Lawyer (Scarborough, ON), March 2

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Sex, Lies, and Justice Lori Douglas, Susan G. Drummond, McGill Law Journal Podcast, January 19

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

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

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

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Foreign worker exodus expected as new rules kick in, Fay Faraday, The Tyee (Vancouver, BC), April 1

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Live-in caregivers, Fay Faraday, CBC Metro Morning, May 25

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Mass ejection of temporary foreign workers looms, Fay Faraday, Toronto Star, March 27

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

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Legal pains: The cost of justice includes physical health, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Legal Feeds (the blog of Canadian Lawyer & Law Times), March 13

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Man crowdfunding his fight against the 10-year wait for a legal pardon, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Globe and Mail, May 19

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

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Supremely Grateful, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Globe and Mail, February 24

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The art of client dismissal, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), April 10

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Why the Law Society needs younger benchers, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Precedent Magazine (Toronto, ON), March 10

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

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

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Assisted Suicide, Joan M. Gilmour, CBC Radio Metro Morning, June 18

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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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How to put the happy back in your day, Melanie Banka Goela, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), January 5

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Canadian startup launches law search engine, Nachson Goltz and Addison Cameron-Huff, ECO media release, September 24

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VIDEO: Technology, law and innovation, Monica Goyal and Darin Thompson, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), April 13

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Why Powell River? asks aspiring lawyer, Robert Hainsworth, Peak Online (Powell River, BC), May 20

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

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What I’d do differently: Peter Hogg, Peter W. Hogg, Justmag.ca (Toronto, ON), May 15

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A Toronto judge, two veteran prosecutors, and a lion for the defence: Who’s who in the Mike Duffy trial, Mark Holmes, Ottawa Citizen, April 6

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AUDIO: Is the Supreme Court too politicized?, Allan C. Hutchinson, CBC Radio The 180, April 19

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Can I sue an app company if I get in a crash due to bad directions?, Allan C. Hutchinson, Globe and Mail, February 3

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Carding is a racist blot on the Canadian landscape, Allan C. Hutchinson, Toronto Star, June 18

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Free expression in an age of intimidation, Allan C. Hutchinson, Regina Leader-Post (Regina, SK), January 10

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Judge blasts woman for ‘immaculate conception’ tale in property dispute, Allan C. Hutchinson, Toronto Star, April 8

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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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Pilot’s assault conviction comes with warning to Air Canada, Allan C. Hutchinson, Toronto Star, May 6

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Courts likely to be next battleground for Canadian companies with foreign ops, Shin Imai, SNL Financial, June 24

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Digging in foreign lands, Shin Imai, OHS Canada Magazine (North York, ON), April 22

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Ontario may appeal ruling allowing girl, 11, to be taken off chemo, Shin Imai, Toronto Star, March 6

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Stephen Harper’s citizenship overhaul heir to chilling history of exclusion, Shin Imai, Huffington Post Canada, September 17

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Critics denounce continued use of controversial Motherisk hair tests, Innocence Project, OurWindsor.ca, April 17

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Hair tests halted at controversial Sick Kids lab; Lawyer whose case sparked Star probe calls decision to suspend Motherisk program ‘a relief’, Innocence Project, Toronto Star, March 6

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Motherisk review should be expanded: Innocence Project, Innocence Project, Toronto Star, February 10

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

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

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Osgoode Law School class targets low voter turnout in Jane and Finch, Jamil Jivani, Kyle Elliott, and Shereen Smithanik, Toronto Star, September 24

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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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Democracy from the ground up, Jamil Jivani and Michael Thorburn, CBC Metro Morning, September 8