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 2014

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Time for true diversity in corporate boardrooms, Aaron A. Dhir, Toronto Star, October 21

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Junior hockey players launch class action lawsuit against Canadian Hockey League, Andrew Harmes, Sports Agent Blog, October 21

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New paper finds fuzzy definitions for board diversity, Aaron A. Dhir, New York Times, October 20

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Speaker’s Corner: Mining company lawsuit shows need for international law reform, Shin Imai and Sarah Molyneaux, Law Times (Scarborough, ON), October 20

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Getting more women into the ‘black box’ of corporate power, Aaron A. Dhir, Forbes, October 17

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Criticism deserved, Signa A. Daum Shanks, The StarPhoenix (Saskatoon), October 16

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Gale Cup a rite of passage in many legal careers, Marilyn L. Pilkington, University Affairs, October 8

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How to improve board diversity without resorting to quotas and 'tokenism', Aaron A. Dhir, Financial Post, October 6

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Osgoode Hall Law School celebrates 125 years of leadership in legal education, Lorne Sossin, NationTalk, October 6

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Osgoode Twitter contest asks students to look to the future, Lorne Sossin, Trevor C.W. Farrow, Virginia Corner, and Mya Bulwa, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), October 6

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Legal Aid scramble, Mary Jane Mossman, Now, October 3

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Challenging Boardroom Homogeneity: Corporate Law, Governance, and Diversity, Aaron A. Dhir, The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, October 2

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Osgoode Digital Commons, Osgoode Hall Law School Library, Slaw (Toronto, ON), October 1

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New web site for law students strikes the right balance, Melanie Banka Goela, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), September 29

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Are faster horses our future?, Nicole Aylwin, Slaw (Toronto, ON), September 25

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Law school in Canada: what will it cost?, Osgoode Hall Law School, Macleans, September 24

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New IBA report seeks preventative, adaptive responses to climate change, David Estrin, Legal Feeds (the blog of Canadian Lawyer & Law Times), September 22

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Study Now Pay Later, Lorne Sossin, CBC Metro Morning with Matt Galloway, September 22

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Tuition-relief project planned, Lorne Sossin, Law Times (Scarborough, ON), September 22

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LSSO releases results of survey on access to legal education, Douglas Judson, Academica Group (London, ON), September 19

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What actually works if we want to increase gender diversity in corporate America, Aaron A. Dhir, ThinkProgress, September 18

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Too poor to go to law school? York U now offers income-contingent loans, Lorne Sossin, Toronto Star, September 18

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Bedford lawyer Alan Young to brief senators on prostitution bill rewrite, Alan N. Young, CBC News, September 17

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The vaguely written rule that’s letting corporations get away with staying very white and male, Aaron A. Dhir, ThinkProgress, September 16

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Community discusses access to justice issues, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Whitehorse Star (Whitehorse, YT), September 16

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Why the big secret?, Gus Van Harten, Red Deer Advocate (Red Deer, AB), September 16

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Drew Hasselback: Where did that CSA proposal on takeovers come from?, Edward J. Waitzer, Financial Post, September 16

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Professional misgovernance; Activism for its own sake is costing public companies, Edward J. Waitzer, Financial Post, September 16

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Law students killed in WWI to be called to the bar, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto Star, September 15

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Breaking down the harm to Canada done by treaty with China, Gus Van Harten, The Tyee (Vancouver, BC), September 15

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Have crackdowns on insider trading gone too far?, Edward J. Waitzer, Financial Post, September 13

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All the law school’s a stage for new forms of expression, Catherine Frid and Julie Lassonde, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), September 12

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The growing threat of vicarious liability, Brent Kettles, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), September 12

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Ottawa ratifies foreign investment deal with China despite tensions, Gus Van Harten, Financial Post, September 12

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Regulators in Quebec, rest of Canada break logjam on poison-pill reform, Edward J. Waitzer, Financial Post, September 12

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Regulators in Quebec, rest of Canada break logjam on poison-pill reform, Edward J. Waitzer, Financial Post, September 12

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Rob Ford’s tumour diagnosis and the future of Toronto’s race for mayor, John Mascarin, CBC News, September 11

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Government sexploitation, Bruce B. Ryder, Now, September 11

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A first for this top legal mind: practising law; Former Supreme Court justice shares advice as she begins the next phase of her high-profile career back in Montreal, Louise Arbour, Globe and Mail, September 9

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Law school clinics welcome legal aid funds, Community & Legal Aid Services Program, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), September 8

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EU Trade Pact Could Weaken Ottawa’s Power To Regulate Banks, Gus Van Harten, Toronto Star, September 7

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Prof to share vision of a just society, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Yukon News, September 5

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Fairness for Victims Act faces major constitutional problem, Benjamin L. Berger, Globe and Mail, September 2

Media Mentions from 2012

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Brick Brewing Slapped With Lime Lager Lawsuit, Carys Craig, The Globe and Mail, August 23

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Toronto Designer Accuses Cemetery of Copyright Infringement, Carys Craig, Toronto Star, May 31

Media Mentions from 2011

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Canada: Democracy and Core Public Values After 2 May, Craig Scott, Open Democracy, April 27

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Secrecy and Good Governance, Craig Scott, Global Brief, January 1

Media Mentions from 2010

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House of Commons Arrives at Agreement in Principle on Receipt, Review and Release of Afghan Detainee Documents, Craig Scott, The Court, May 14

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After the Speaker's Ruling: Open Letter on the House of Commons Process for Examining Documents on Afghan Detainees Produced Pursuant to the House of Commons Order of December 10, 2010, Craig Scott, The Court, May 2

Media Mentions from 2008

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We Must Pay to Reconcile Aboriginal and Private Property, Kent McNeil, Lawyers Weekly, April 8