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 2018

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Osgoode Investor Protection Clinic Receives $80K in Court-Directed Award, Alexia Alexia Kapralos and Poonam Puri, Canadian Lawyer, April 16

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Balancing Rights in Ubc Freedom of Expression Statement No Easy Task: Observer, Ian Burns and Faisal Bhabha, The Lawyer's Daily, January 29

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Media Giants Win Injunction in Copyright Infringement Case Against Website, Ian Burns and Giuseppina D'Agostino, The Lawyer's Daily, March 1

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Canada Seems Ready to Break Three International Treaties to Legalize Cannabis, Randi Druzin, Leafly, February 27

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Retiring Osgoode Dean Contemplates Future of Legal Education, Carolyn Gruske and Lorne Sossin, The Lawyer's Daily, February 2

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Legal Think-Tank Doing ‘Deep Dive’ Into Gerald Stanley Trial, Charles Hamilton and Signa A. Daum Shanks, CBC News, March 20

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Osgoode Introduces Mandatory Indigenous and Aboriginal Law, Omar Ha-Redeye and Lorne Sossin, Slaw, March 18

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How Do We Understand Sexual Pleasure in This Age of ‘Consent’, Sam Haselby and Heidi Matthews, Aeon, March 7

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Legal Researchers Across Canada Delve Into Stanley Trial, Andrea Hill and Signa A. Daum Shanks, Saskatoon StarPhoenix, March 21

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Professor Steven Hoffman Testifies Before Standing Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade Re. Cannabis Legislation, Steven Hoffman, ParlVu, March 22

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John Ivison: Liberal Foot-Dragging On Prostitution Law May Lead to Charter Challenge, John Ivison and Alan Young, National Post, January 18

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Reports Cite Heavy Toll of Legal Problems on Canadian Society, Amanda Jerome and Trevor C. W. Farrow, The Lawyer's Daily, February 12

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Osgoode Hall Law School TAs, Grad Assistants, Contract Faculty All Part of York University Strike, Alexia Kapralos and Lorne Sossin, Canadian Lawyer, March 5

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Family Lawyers Prefer Alternative Methods, but Many Cases Will Always Require a Courtroom, Aidan Macnab and Trevor C. W. Farrow, Canadian Lawyer, March 8

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Perp Walk Politics: The Downsides of the Blue Carpet, James McWilliams and Palma Paciocco, Pacific Standard, June 4

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Cbc Doc on Forced Resignation of Justice Le Dain a Scathing Look at Legal Profession | Julius Melnitzer, Julius Melnitzer, Harry Arthurs, and Gerald LeDain, The Lawyer's Daily, January 12

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Five Female Firsts in the UK Legal Profession, Mary Jane Mossman, UK website posting for International Women's Day, March 8

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Training Yesterday’s Lawyers, Scott Neilson and Lorne Sossin, Canadian Lawyer, February 5

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First-Ever Indigenous-Led Summit to Focus on Moving Past the Indian Act, Nishnawbe Aski Nation and Lorne Sossin, Nishnawbe Aski Nation, March 26

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Ottawa Creates Office to Investigate Human Rights Abuses Linked to Canadian Companies Abroad, Marco Chown Oved and Shin Imai, The Star, January 17

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Will Canada Finally Deal with Its Afghan War Skeletons?, Erna Paris and Craig Scott, The Globe and Mail, January 5

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70% of Roma Refugee Claims Now Positive in Ontario, After Years of Low Success Rates, Lauren Pelley and Sean Rehaag, CBC News, February 7

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Toronto Judge Rules Drug Law Constitutional at Time of Project Claudia Pot Raids, Betsy Powell and Alan Young, The Star, March 23

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Why Hiring More Judges Won’t Necessarily Speed Up the Justice System, Betsy Powell and Alan Young, The Star, March 9

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CBC Radio Doc Tells Story behind Gerald Le Dain’s Resignation from SCC, Elizabeth Raymer, Gerald LeDain, and Harry Arthurs, Canadian Lawyer Magazine, January 11

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SCC Hears Canada and Quebec AGs Arguments on National Securities Regulator, Elizabeth Raymer and Bruce Ryder, Canadian Lawyer, March 22

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Osgoode Dean Steps Down, Munirul-Haq Raza and Lorne Sossin, Excalibur, March 11

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Professor Sean Rehaag Appears Before Parliament’s Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration to Discuss His Refugee Research, Sean Rehaag, ParlVu, March 27

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LSO Examines Its Role in Legal Aid, Alex Robinson and Sean Rehaag, Law Times, January 29

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In Memory of Professor Simon Fodden, Irina Samborski and Simon Fodden, TheCourt.ca, February 13

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Opening the Academy, Tim Wilbur and Lorne Sossin, Canadian Lawyer, March 13

Media Mentions from 2017

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Aboriginal Youth-Driven Workshop Proposes Apps For More Accessible Justice System, Nicole Aylwin, Excalibur, September 11

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Debt Laden Concordia Said to Seek Restructuring Plan in Bid to Avoid Bankruptcy, Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Financial Post, October 24

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Quebec Ban on Full-Face Veils Draws Muslims' Uproar, Benjamin Berger, Wall Street Journal, October 19

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Benjamin Berger and Lorne Sossin: Exams Should Test Mental Ability, Not Mental Health, Benjamin Berger and Lorne Sossin, National Post, August 22

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Crime Stoppers Harms Most Vulnerable by Targeting Petty Crime, Critic Says, Faisal Bhabha, YorkRegion.com, May 10

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Legal Experts Say 'Lone Wolf' Attackers Unlikely to Face Terror Charges in Canada, Faisal Bhabha, Toronto Metro, January 31

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Parents of Woman Mocked by Toronto Cops 'Disappointed' in Disciplinary Hearing Delays, Faisal Bhabha, CTV News, September 19

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Professor Faisal Bhabha, Counsel for the National Council of Canadian Muslims, Talks to CTV News Channel About the Quebec Tragedy, Faisal Bhabha, CTV News Channel, January 31

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RCMP Officers Screened Quebec Border Crossers on Religion and Values, Questionnaire Shows, Faisal Bhabha, thestar.com, October 11

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Sanctions For Trump Hat In Courtroom 'Appropriate', Faisal Bhabha, The Lawyer's Daily, September 14

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Why Accused in Quebec City Mosque Shooting Isn't Likely to Face Terrorism Charges, Faisal Bhabha, CBC.ca, February 1

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Former MP to Ask International Criminal Court to Investigate Canada’s Afghan War Conduct, Murray Brewster and Craig Scott, CBC News, November 27

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Intelligence Reform Needed to Rebuild Confidence, Muslim Group Tells MPs, Jim Bronskill and Faisal Bhabha, The Canadian Press, December 13

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Why the Rich Should Revolt — And It's Not For the Reasons They Think, Neil Brooks, Financial Post, September 15

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Thursday Thinkpiece: Bullen and Sossin on Flex Time JDs, Darcel Bullen and Lorne Sossin, Slaw - Canada's online legal magazine, March 9

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Pipeline ruling may have impact on federal-Indigenous relations: observers, Ian Burns and Signa A. Daum Shanks, The Lawyer's Daily, October 6

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Faculty Union Faces Uphill Battle in Suit against Back-to-Work Bill, Experts Say, Ian Burns and Eric Tucker, The Lawyer's Daily, November 30

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Federal Court of Appeal Finds Trademark Infringement in Flap Over Swiss Flag Logo, Ian Burns and David Vaver, The Lawyer's Daily, November 17

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Here’s Why the Courts May Strike Down Provinces’ Bans on Growing Your Own Pot, Patrick Cain and Bruce Ryder, Global News, December 13

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Chris Selley: Another iInvestigation Reveals Another School Board Gone Very, Very Wrong, Patrick Case, National Post, April 11

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The Jig Is Up For Canada’s School Boards, Patrick Case, The Globe and Mail, April 23

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Defence hoping byelection bribery trial will end with "directed verdict", CBC News and Palma Paciocco, CBC News, October 10

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The Honourable Sandra Chapnik Appointed Distinguished Visiting Professor, Sandra Chapnik, Ryerson Today, September 7

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Alexandre Bissonnette Charges In Quebec Mosque Shooting Do Not Include Terrorism, Jessica Chin and Faisal Bhabha, HuffPost, October 4

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Couple Sues Over Copycat Home Design, Carys Craig, Durability+Design, October 13

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Canada's Future Depends on IT, Giuseppina D'Agostino, TVO’s The Agenda with Steve Paikin, October 25

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Diary of a Sassy Lady Shines Light on Depression-era Toronto, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Toronto Star, May 26

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Dispatches from the Depression, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Toronto Star Touch, May 25

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Louis Vuitton Going to Battle with Etobicoke Flea Market Over Counterfeit Goods, Giuseppina D'Agostino, The Globe and Mail, April 25

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Louis Vuitton Lawsuit Could Help Other Brands Fight Counterfeiting: Experts, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Times Colonist, May 1

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Louis Vuitton Lawsuit Set to Make Waves in Counterfeit Liability, Giuseppina D'Agostino, SecuringIndustry.com, May 4

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Professor Giuseppina D'Agostino's story Featured in 150 Stories, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, February 1

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Study to Review National Model For Offering Start-Ups Free IP Advice, Giuseppina D'Agostino, IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, Research Money, March 1

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Who Owns The 6: Keenan, Giuseppina D'Agostino, Toronto Star, March 29

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IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, Norton Rose to Participate in Accessibility Innovation Showcase, Giuseppina D'Agostino and IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, Canadian Lawyer, September 21

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Métis Nation of Ontario, Ottawa Sign Memo of Understanding, Signa A. Daum Shanks, The Lawyers Weekly, March 3

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Two Federal Departments For Indigenous Issues Could Bring Headaches, Scholar Says, Signa A. Daum Shanks, The Lawyer's Daily, September 1

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Lawyers Fear Quebec’s Bill 62 Sets Path to Niqab Criminalization, Terry Davidson and Faisal Bhabha, The Lawyer's Daily, November 29

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N.S. Courts Seek to Improve Media Relations to Boost Access to Justice, Terry Davidson and Trevor C. W. Farrow, The Lawyer's Daily, November 28

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Group Urges Answers from Canadian Embassy in Guatemala on Protection of Lawyer, Terry Davidson and Shin Imai, The Lawyer's Daily, December 12

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The B.C. Judge Who ‘Ignored Evidence,’ ‘Erred in Law’ and Put a Ministry under Fire, Charmaine de Silva, Simon Little, and Trevor Farrow, Global News, November 27

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Finally, One Company Taking Action On The Lack Of Female Directors, Aaron Dhir, Crain's Chicago Business, March 17

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TSX Companies Refuse to Adopt Gender Parity Targets: Report, Aaron Dhir, Metro News, October 25

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Similarities in Nigerian Asylum Claims Based on Sexual Orientation Have Legal Aid Ontario Asking Questions, Anita Elash, Diana Swain, Tara Carman, and Sean Rehaag, CBC News, November 8

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Ontario Urged To Tackle Gender Pay Gap With Transparency Law, Fay Faraday, Toronto Star, April 11

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Judiciary says Feds’ Plan To Disclose Expenses Of Named Judges Is ‘Constitutionally Defective’, Trevor C. W. Farrow, The Lawyer's Daily, October 31

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Les Canadiens ont-ils encore accès à la justice?, Trevor C. W. Farrow, Droit-Inc, September 18

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Professor Trevor Farrow Talks With Gene Valaitis of Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Vancouver About Self-Represented Defendants, Trevor C. W. Farrow, of Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Vancouver, October 30

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Sandy Bay Chief at Loss For Words After Years-Long Delay in Lawyer Criminal Investigation, Trevor C. W. Farrow, CBC.ca, February 17

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Self-Representing Defendants, Like Dellen Millard, Bring Challenges to Justice System: Experts, Trevor C. W. Farrow, therecord.com, October 25

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Why is Dellen Millard Questioning Laura Babcock's Father in Court? Because He Can, Trevor C. W. Farrow, CBC News, October 24

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PMO Held Talks with Trump Team to Avert Trade War, Robert Fife and Sean Silcoff, Globe and Mail, January 9

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Hamilton Judge Who Wore Trump Hat in Court No Longer Being Assigned Cases, Sean Fine, Globe and Mail, January 5

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Ontario Lawyers at Odds over Plan to Tackle Racism in Their Profession, Meagan Fitzpatrick and Bruce Ryder, CBC News, November 8

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The Next Battleground in Canada's Euthanasia Debate: Advance Directives, Joan M. Gilmour, National Post, September 18

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CLAIRMONT: 125-Year-Old Criminal Code Backwards, Progressive and Amusing, Philip Girard, Hamilton Spectator, April 12

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Demise of Sears Canada Should be Catalyst for Change: McQuaig, Harry Glasbeek, thestar.com, October 26

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Harry Glasbeek on the Corporation as Criminal, Harry Glasbeek and Corporate Crime Reporter, Corporate Crime Reporter, November 19

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Meet 10 Women Making an Impact in Legal Technology, Monica Goyal, ABA Journal, April 25

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Lawyers Among Canada’s Most Powerful Women, Carolyn Gruske and Lisa Philipps, The Lawyer's Daily, November 24

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Cardus Launches Cardus Law to Address Religious Freedom Concerns, Deborah Gyapong, Canadian Catholic News, January 13

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Rogers Broke Promise on Credit Check, Lawsuit Claims, Tamar Harris and Allan C. Hutchinson, The Star, December 8

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Canada Could Hurt Its UN Security Council Bid By Violating Drug Treaties: Exper, Steven Hoffman, iPolitics, September 15

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Opposition Parties Question Why Liberals Did Not Act Sooner On UN Drug Treaties, Steven Hoffman, CTV News, September 21

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Peter Hogg Tells the Amusing Story of Canadian Constitutional Law, Peter Hogg, Precedent Magazine, May 11

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Double-dipping Lawyers Taking Big Slice of Injury Settlements, Allan C. Hutchinson, Toronto Star, January 28

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Five Questions with Allan Hutchinson, Allan C. Hutchinson, I-CONnect, March 3

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Law Professor Questions Whether Contingency Fees Benefit Clients, Allan C. Hutchinson, Financial Post, January 18

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More Revelations on Auto Premiums’ Inflated Legal Costs, Allan C. Hutchinson, Insurance Business, February 7