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

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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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Ontario student group wants fair pay mandated for those in Law Practice Program, Douglas Judson, Toronto Star, January 16

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Shortage of articling positions for students hasn’t changed, Law Society says, Douglas Judson, Globe and Mail, April 21

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

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

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

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

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How Harper sows fear of Muslims in pursuit of votes, Faisal Kutty, HuffPost, September 9

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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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#JeSuisConfused, Faisal Kutty, Aljazeera, January 22

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One on one with Faisal Kutty, Faisal Kutty, Islamic Monthly, September 22

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The business of Muslim-bashing in Canada, Faisal Kutty, Saudi Gazette (Saudi Arabia), June 5

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The miseducation of Ontario’s new sex ed curriculum, Faisal Kutty, Huffington Post, May 21

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Toronto convention to focus on true message of Islam, Faisal Kutty, Toronto Star, December 23

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The Kim Davis debacle exposes the limits of religious liberty, Faisal Kutty and David Herzig, HuffPost, September 11

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

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Ontario falling short on accessibility goals, David Lepofsky, Toronto Star, June 11

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Thousands of Ontario businesses missing accessibility deadlines, David Lepofsky, Hamilton Spectator, December 13

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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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How restorative justice re-connects fairness to justice, Eva Marszewski, Globe and Mail, January 9

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

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Canada Post would win a super mailbox court challenge: expert, John Mascarin, CBC News, April 20

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Judge strikes down Hamilton's bylaw to regulate Canada Post super-mailboxes, John Mascarin, CBC News, June 11

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Municipal oversight, John Mascarin, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), June 12

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Sudbury civil lawsuits force changes to keep city budget down, John Mascarin, CBC News, April 23

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

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

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

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

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

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Why is the Uber debate stuck in traffic?, Michael Motala, CBA/ABC National, December 15

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

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

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

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Notley’s Way, Rachel Notley, Globe and Mail, May 9

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

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

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

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

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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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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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Our response to refugee crisis could define us, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, London Free Press, September 4

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Student workers form union at Parkdale Community Legal Services, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, insideTORONTO.com, September 4

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

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Deficits: Past, Present and Future, Lisa Philipps, TVO The Agenda with Steve Paikin, October 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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Law school dean leaves Lakehead, Lisa Philipps, The Chronicle Journal (Thunder Bay, ON), June 30

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

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

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

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Health and phys ed curriculum, Shakir Rahim, CBC Metro Morning, September 2

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

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

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Death by Boat, Sean Rehaag, Globe and Mail Letter to the Editor, April 22

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Law Society failing vulnerable refugee claimants, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, May 18

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Lawyer disbarred for Roma ripoff, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, December 11

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Legal Aid seeks standing at penalty hearing for disgraced refugee lawyer, Sean Rehaag, Toronto Star, May 10

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

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Refugee board members’ rulings varied widely in 2014, data suggests, Sean Rehaag, CBC News, May 16

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

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What could Canada actually do to alleviate refugee crisis?, Sean Rehaag, Global News, September 11

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Ontario Legal Aid toughens rules after lawyers failed Roma clients, Sean Rehaag and Jennifer Danch, CBC News, April 24

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

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

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

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

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Supreme Ontario Appeals Justice Marc Rosenberg Never Sat On Top Court, Marc Rosenberg, Globe and Mail, September 4

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An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (requirements for labour organizations), Bruce B. Ryder, Exchange Magazine (Waterloo, ON), June 18

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Canadian border guards tried to "cover their asses" after strip search of U.S, students, report, Bruce B. Ryder, Hamilton Spectator (Hamilton, ON), April 24

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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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The Nadon reference: A unique challenge, Bruce B. Ryder, LawNow magazine (Edmonton, AB), June 30

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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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E-petition demands inquiry into wartime allegations of Afghan prisoner torture, Craig M. Scott, City News, December 17

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