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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Legal Aid vows to ‘weed out’ bad refugee lawyers, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, April 20

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

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Comments on the European Commission’s approach to investor-state arbitration, 55pp, Gus Van Harten, Boston Indymedia, April 18

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Ontario man liable for hockey punch despite bankruptcy case, Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), April 17

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

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

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A rare and surprising moment of legal accountability in Chad serves notice across Africa, Nicole Barrett, GlobalPost (Boston, MA), April 15

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Could court decision barring prayer from Quebec council affect Parliament?, Benjamin L. Berger, Global News, April 15

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Same ‘stuff,’ different day, Lisa Philipps, Times & Transcript (New Brunswick), April 15

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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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Their land, their call, Kent McNeil, Globe and Mail Letter to the Editor, April 14

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Modi to reach Canada, first visit by Indian Prime Minister in 42 years, Poonam Puri, Live India, April 14

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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 a balanced budget law could mean more debt for consumers, Lisa Philipps, Huff Post Business, April 13

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Can’t attend bail court? New app connects criminal lawyers, Andrew Johnston, Globe and Mail, April 12

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

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Target’s end in Canada to be marked with a funeral by one of its first customers, Harrison Jordan, Hamilton Spectator (Hamilton, ON), April 9

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Five reasons to stop obsessing about balanced budget, Lisa Philipps, Globe and Mail Commentary, April 9

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

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Is art a fad or the future of legal education?, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Association of Law Teachers blog, April 7

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

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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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Odds stacked against Roma refugees, researchers find, Sean Rehaag, Jennifer Danch, and Julianna Beaudoin, Toronto Star, April 2

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Roma refugees victims of systemic discrimination in Canada, new report finds, Sean Rehaag, Jennifer Danch, and Julianna Beaudoin, CBC News, April 2

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Law prof to discuss European-Canadian trade agreement in Burlington, Gus Van Harten, Burlington Post (Burlington, ON), April 2

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

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LSSO applauds Law Society for reversal on digital-only bar materials, Ryan Robski, LSSO media release, March 30

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Student debt top focus for law student group, Ryan Robski, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), March 30

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'This ain't Canada right now': G20 police violated Charter rights, court rules, Alan N. Young, Toronto Star, March 30

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

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Against all odds, Legal Aid Ontario is getting better: Goar, John D. McCamus, Toronto Star, March 27

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

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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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LSSO sets priorities for 2015/2016 at 2nd Annual General Meeting, Ryan Robski, LSSO media release, March 24

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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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Attacks under the guise of parliamentary privilege, Faisal Kutty, Naseer Irfan, and Hussein Hamdani, Canadian Lawyer (Scarborough, ON), March 23

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Guilty verdict overturned after judge consults Google Street View, Alan N. Young, Toronto Star, March 23

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Fatal attraction, government inaction are killing birds, Albert Koehl, Toronto Star, March 21

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Five amazing things happening in Canada. Tell us some more, Jamie Mor and Cassandra Stefanucci, Huffington Post, March 18

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Nigerian heads UN Human Rights Council Advisory Committee, Obiora Chinedu Okafor, Daily Independent (Nigeria), March 17

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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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I am not a terrorist, despite what my critics told a Senate Committee, Faisal Kutty, Huffington Post Blog, March 13

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York resumes law-school classes amid strike; Osgoode Hall will be back in business, but other students must await Monday meeting, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto Star, March 13

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Free trade deals highlight discord over investor protection, Gus Van Harten, Deutsche Welle (Germany), March 13

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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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Open Letter re. labour disruption at York, Lorne Sossin, Obiter Dicta (Toronto, ON), March 11

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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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Legal clinic helps homeless beat tickets; Outstanding fines for harmless offences are a costly legacy of late-1990s ‘squeegee kids’ law, Jamie Mor and Cassandra Stefanucci, Toronto Star, March 10

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Conservative senators hold kangaroo court on security, Faisal Kutty, Toronto Star, March 7

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Alain Philippon phone password case: Powers of border agents and police differ, Benjamin L. Berger, CBC News, March 6

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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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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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Creative accounting and the sales pitch for ISDS, Gus Van Harten, EurActiv (The EU), March 6

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Life sentence is just that under bill, Benjamin L. Berger, Winnipeg Free Press, March 5

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Harper's 'life without parole' initiative a political move, say critics, Benjamin L. Berger, The Canadian Press, March 4

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Anti-terrorism bill C-51 ‘dangerous’ legislation, 100 academics say, Osgoode Hall Law School, CBC News, March 3

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Osgoode suspends classes due to TA strike, Lorne Sossin, Legal Feeds (the blog of Canadian Lawyer & Law Times), March 3

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

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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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Possible strike looms at York University, Roxanne Mykitiuk, Toronto Sun, March 1

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Why balanced budgets aren’t always good budgets, Lisa Philipps, CBC Radio The 180 with Jim Brown, March 1

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Canada’s refugee acceptance rate up despite asylum restrictions, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, March 1

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Canadian anti-terror bill opens door for human rights abuses, law scholars argue,, Osgoode Hall Law School, The Guardian, February 27

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Open letter to Parliament: Amend C-51 or kill it, Osgoode Hall Law School, National Post, February 27

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Regulator’s proposal to keep trades in Canada could have unintended consequences, critics say, Edward J. Waitzer, Financial Post, February 27

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Do Canadians know what they just voted for?, Faisal Kutty, Al Jazeera, February 25

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Make the justice system accessible, Lorne Sossin and David Allgood, Toronto Star, February 25

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

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30 public sector procurement specialists participating in training course, Osgoode Hall Law School, Jamaica Information Service, February 23

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Hostile bids not always successful in Canadian cases, study shows, Edward J. Waitzer, Globe and Mail, February 19

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

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York Region health care professionals offer mixed views on doctor-assisted suicide, Lorne Sossin, yorkregion.com, February 12

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Fake pot laws raise host of problems, say lawyers, Alan N. Young, iPolitics (Ottawa, ON), February 12

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

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Black History Month does not erase a history of racism, Faisal Kutty, Huffington Post Blog, February 10

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Carter & dying with dignity: now comes the hard part, Lorne Sossin, Canadian Lawyer (Scarborough, ON), February 9

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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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Crowd-sourcing and courts, Avnish Nanda, Edmonton Examiner.com (Edmonton, AB), February 7

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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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What they don’t learn at law school; Domestic violence education is mostly ignored, survey finds, Janet E. Mosher, Toronto Star, February 4

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CSIS oversight is alive and well, Ron Atkey, Globe and Mail, February 3

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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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Is this Toronto’s rudest lawyer?; Joseph Groia lost his appeal on Monday to overturn a finding of ‘incivility’ against him for his defence of a Bre-X geologist. Are lawyers increasingly crossing the line between zealous advocacy and downright rudeness?, Lorne Sossin, Toronto Star, February 3

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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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Omnibus bill needs rewrite, Eric M. Tucker, Blacklock’s Reporter (Ottawa, ON), February 2

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Study shows ease of inducing false confessions, Alan N. Young, Law Times (Scarborough, ON), February 2

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These laws are the worst!, Alan N. Young, Canadian Lawyer (Scarborough, ON), February 2

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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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Activism Gets Granular, Edward J. Waitzer, Lexpert Magazine, February 1

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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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Not to be dismissed, Esther Mendelsohn, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), January 26

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#JeSuisConfused, Faisal Kutty, Aljazeera, January 22

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Experts question accuracy of New York Times story on Chinese taxation, Jinyan Li, Taxanalysts.com, January 22

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Scott to seek re-election in Toronto-Danforth, Craig M. Scott, The Toronto Observer, January 22

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Ruling on RCMP's right to unionize could influence B.C. teacher dispute, Sara Slinn, Globe and Mail, January 22