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

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

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

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Supremely Grateful, Globe and Mail, February 24

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

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Syrian refugees: Are they really a threat to Canadian security?, Globe and Mail, September 14

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

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Taxing changes, Canadian Lawyer, October 5

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

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Ten ways the TPP gives too much power to foreign investors, Rabble.ca, September 28

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Thank Osgoode for social justice – Why OSAII became possible, Obiter Dicta, November 24

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That’s History: New government a chance to fix long-troubled judicial selection process, Law Times, October 26

The art of client dismissal, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), April 10

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Theatre school CEO brings fresh approach, Canadian Jewish News, September 25

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

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The Courthouse of the Future, Canadian Lawyer 4Students, September 7

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

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The FIPA with China restricts Canada’s options on climate change, Globe and Mail, June 30

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The GNWT’s dangerous affair with China, Edgeyk.com, October 27

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

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The Kim Davis debacle exposes the limits of religious liberty, HuffPost, September 11

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

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

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The other victims – (Re: Hypocrisy On Campus, Avi Benlolo, Sept. 22; Intolerance By Any Other Name, Letter to the Editor, Oct. 1), National Post, October 1

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

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These laws are the worst!, Canadian Lawyer (Scarborough, ON), February 2

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The Trans-Pacific Partnership puts democracy up for sale, HuffPost’s The Blog, October 9

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The trouble with equity-based pay and the elusive quest for a remedy, Globe and Mail, December 5

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The US-EU trade treaty that could let corporations sue governments, Aljazeera America, May 27

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The wellspring of Jewish life at York, The Exchange (Toronto, ON), May 13

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

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

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Tight Election Battles in Toronto-Area Suburbs Show No Party Has A Lock On Immigrant Votes, National Post, October 2

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Time to move past promises on Syrian refugees, Toronto Star, October 25

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Time to scrap tax break for very rich, Toronto Star, May 19

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Time to sue governments for climate action? Dutch lawyer thinks so, Thomson Reuters Foundation, September 16

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

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Toronto Police controversy: What is ‘carding’ and is it legal?, Daily Brew (Canada), May 6

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Trade Trumps Climate Change Action At COP21, Huffington Post Canada (The Blog), December 11

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Trudeau’s First Challenges, Globe and Mail, October 23

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TTIP: Recht van de sterkste, Professor Gus Van Harten, VPro Tegenlicht (Germany), October 4

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Two predictions about Friday’s Quebec gun registry decision, Global News, March 26

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

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U.S. Experience Could Guide Canada On Legalizing Pot, Expert Says, Toronto Star, October 26

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

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

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

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

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

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What Canada should learn from Europe about gender quotas, Globe and Mail, March 12

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

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What happens if we end up with a hung parliament?, News 1130 (Vancouver), October 14

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

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

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

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

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

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

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When the hard cold facts back up instinctive knowledge, Forbes, September 29

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

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

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Why concern for the environment doesn’t boost Green party fortunes, Toronto Star, October 15

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

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

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Why it’s so hard to keep bad forensics out of the courtroom, Toronto Star, June 12

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Why Paris was the target of the ISIS massacre, The Fiscal Times, November 16

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

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Why Stephen Harper’s ‘trade’ deals are losing their cachet: Walkom, Toronto Star, June 19

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Why the Law Society needs younger benchers, Precedent Magazine (Toronto, ON), March 10

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Wigging out about access to justice, Legal Feeds (the blog of Canadian Lawyer & Law Times), January 13

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Will 2015 see more women on corporate boards?, Toronto Star, January 6

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Will TPP live up to its political hype? A guide to the trade deal for Canadian consumers, National Post, October 6

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Women directors change how boards work, Harvard Business Review, February 17

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Women representation on boards still very low, but growing, Investment Executive, September 22

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Work stress: Why women have it worse than men, Agenda – the blog of the World Economic Forum, October 20

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

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Wrongly convicted of murder, Roméo Phillion never lost resilient spirit, Globe and Mail, November 11

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

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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, Toronto Star, March 13

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

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

Media Mentions from 2014

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Aboriginal medicine ruling sparks instant controversy, thestar.com, November 19

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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, Globe and Mail, September 9

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

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Analyst: ISDS model is Australia, not Canada, EurActiv (The EU), December 16

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Are anti-corruption laws really tackling the problem?, Canadian Lawyer InHouse (Scarborough, ON), November 10

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

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A step into freedom after 12 years lost; Leighton Hay was wrongfully convicted in murder that hinged on dubious evidence and a witness who was ’80 per cent sure’, Toronto Star, November 29

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BC government deals another blow to TWU law school, Canadian Lawyer 4Students (Scarborough, ON), December 15

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

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

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Building the feminist agenda, Rabble Podcast Network, December 15

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Canada pays thousands of Roma to abandon refugee appeals, leave country, Global News, November 5

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Canada’s new prostitution law takes effect amidst backlash from media, Ontario’s premier, LifeSiteNews.com, December 15

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

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CJC responds to criticism of Côté, Legal Feeds (the blog of Canadian Lawyer & Law Times), December 10