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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Government Using Ancestry Websites to Deport Immigrants: Lawyer, Court Documents, Global News, Global News, November 1

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Faire Briller Les Valeurs Conservatrices, La Presse, La Presse, September 19

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Professor Heidi Matthews in “Behind the News” Interview Offers a Critical Perspective of the #MeToo Movement as it Approaches its First Anniversary, Heidi Matthews, Behind the News, September 7

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Contempt for Courts? Critics Denounce Disdain for Rule of Law in Ontario, U.S., National Post, National Post, November 23

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B.C. Lawsuit Against Drug Manufacturers May Be Legal but Perhaps Not Ethical: Law Professors, North Shore News, North Shore News, November 21

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50 Ways Universities Are Partnering With Employers, Ontario Universities, Ontario Universities, November 14

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What Can We Learn From the Stanley Trial?, Policy Options, Policy Options, September 24

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Bradford to Add Another Layer of Accountability With Integrity Watchdog, Simcoe.com, Bradford West Gwillimbury Topic, September 19

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Capitalism: A Crime Story – Harry Glasbeek Book Launch, Socialist Project, Socialist Project, November 18

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A Legal Disruptor, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, September 25

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Courts, Not Judicial Council, Should Review Judges’ Conduct, Says Federal Court Justice, The Globe and Mail, The Globe and Mail, September 4

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Changes and Updates to Intellectual Property Law a ‘Field Day’ for Lawyers: Expert, The Lawyer’s Daily, The Lawyer’s Daily, November 20

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Reforms Urged to Reduce Federal Court’s ‘Arbitrary’ Dismissal of Refugee Claims, The Lawyer’s Daily, The Lawyer's Daily, September 21

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Refugee Board Releases Guide to Deal With Bad Lawyers, Consultants, The Star, The Star, September 19

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First Nations Say They Paid a Heavy Price When the Tories Scrapped Renewable-Energy Projects, TVO, TVO, November 20

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Visit to the Netherlands, United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner, United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner, November 14

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Migrant Caravan: States Have Duty to Protect Human Rights, United Nations Human Rights Office of the Hight Commissioner, United Nations Human Rights Office of the Hight Commissioner, November 28

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The rise of Aboriginal law, University Affairs, University Affairs, September 5

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Eighty Law Professors, Including 14 Osgoode Professors, Send Letter to Ontario Premier and the Attorney-General Critical of the Provincial Government’s Use of the Notwithstanding Clause, various, September 18

Media Mentions from 2017

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

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Above the Law, BuzzFeed, September 15

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After the Border, Winnipeg Free Press, February 24

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Alexandre Bissonnette Charges In Quebec Mosque Shooting Do Not Include Terrorism, HuffPost, October 4

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Another Step Forward for Law School, Law Times, September 25

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Anti-Islamophobia Motion Could Stifle Free Speech, Say Critics, CBC.ca, February 21

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A Small Number of People are Fleeing Canada for the U.S., Vice News, May 11

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

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Body Rub Parlour Owner Gets Red Light From Court of Appeal, CanadianLawyerMag.com, March 29

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Burden of Proof, The Globe and Mail, May 1

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

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Canada Refugee Claims, Slow Progress, Radio Canada, October 24

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Canada’s first Investor Protection Clinic launches, FinanceFeeds, October 9

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

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Canada’s Judges Urged to Speak Out and Change Outdated Perceptions, The Globe and Mail, May 25

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Canada's Refugee Acceptance Rate Peaked In Four Years, Toronto Star, March 7

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Canadian Investor Protection Clinic to Provide Free Legal Advice, AtoZ Forex, October 10

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Canadian Law Profs Join Fight to Suspend Refugee Pact With U.S., Toronto Star, February 1

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Canadian Law Schools Likely To Keep LSAT Requirement Despite Harvard Move To Drop It, CanadianLawyerMag.com, March 16

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Can Toronto City Council Put a Stop to Hate Rallies?, Metro News, September 28

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

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CBA Urges Feds to Give More to Provincial Immigration, Refugee Services, The Lawyer's Daily, October 16

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Change by Design, The Varsity Magazine, December 4

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Chief Justice’s Defiance Could Prompt Legal Showdown, Experts Say, CBC News, December 11

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

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

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Clicking With Youth Voters Critical In Next Election: Gooch, OurWindsor, June 18

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Code of Conduct Undergoes Major Renovation, St. Catharines Standard, May 16

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Conflicting Accounts of Harjit Sajjan's Role Revive ex-MP's Conflict of Interest Allegations, CBC.ca, May 1

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Could Governments and Oil Companies Get Sued for Inaction on Climate Change?, Toronto Star, May 23

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Could Markham Set Up Its Own Red-Light District?, YorkRegion.com, June 8

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

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

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CSIS And RCMP Accused Of Entrapping Terrorism Suspects, National Observer, October 10

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

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

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Defence pushes for quick acquittal in Sudbury byelection bribery trial, CBC News, October 9

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

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

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Did You Sell Your Home In 2016? Let The CRA Know Or Else…, Globalnews.ca, March 14

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Different Judge, Different Verdict? Diageo's £54m SAP Legal Slap Could Have Gone Another Way, The Register, February 23

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Dispatches from the Depression, Toronto Star Touch, May 25

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Don't Worry about 'Islamophobia' Law, Says Muslim Brotherhood-Linked Canadian Spokesman, American Thinker, February 25

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Double-dipping Lawyers Taking Big Slice of Injury Settlements, Toronto Star, January 28

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Early Wellness Intervention Crucial for Law Students, AdvocateDaily.com, May 23

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Editorial: No Judge Is An Island, Law Times, March 6

Elephants in the Sustainability Room, Investment and Pensions Europe, October 24

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Ethics Commissioner Says Harjit Sajjan May Have Downplayed His Role In Handling Of Afghan Detainees, National Post, June 14

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Ethics Watchdog Considers Request to Revisit Probe into Sajjan over Detainee Abuse Inquiry, CBC.ca, May 3

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Ethics Watchdog Won't Investigate Sajjan Over Afghan Detainee Inquiry Decision, CBC.ca, March 8

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

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Family of Man Killed by Police 'Dumbfounded' Officers Don't Get Mandatory Mental Health Training, CBC News, October 25

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Federal Court Dismisses VIA Rail Appeal on Couples With Mobility Scooters Travelling Together, CBC.ca, April 30

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

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Fight Over N.B. Judicial Residency Could End Up Going To The SCC, The Lawyers Weekly, February 3

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

First Canadian Legal Clinic for Investors Opens at Osgoode Hall, The Lawyer's Daily, September 29

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First Voices Week Wraps Up, The Concordian, February 7

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

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Five Things We Learned from the Damning Report on the University of Calgary’s Connections with Enbridge, DeSmog Canada, October 13

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Former Justice Allen Linden '60 Remembered, Law Times, September 5

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Former MP to Ask International Criminal Court to Investigate Canada’s Afghan War Conduct, CBC News, November 27

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Fournel Investigation Was ‘botched,’ Claims Lawyer, Timmins Daily Press, May 4

Fulfill Mining Ombudsperson Promise, Academics Tell Liberals, iPolitics, March 14

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Gail Cohen Named to Osgoode Hall Law Journalist in Residence Position, Canadian Lawyer, May 15

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Generation Lex: Law Schools Seek Balance Between Theory and Practice, Financial Post, April 25

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Government For The People, Not Fossil Fuel Corporations, rabble.ca, October 31

Group Urges Answers from Canadian Embassy in Guatemala on Protection of Lawyer, The Lawyer's Daily, December 12

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

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Harjit Sajjan Accused of Downplaying Role in Afghan War in Attempt to Thwart Investigation by Watch Dog, National Post, May 1

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

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

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Holes Emerge in Toronto’s Crackdown on Marijuana Dispensaries, The Globe and Mail, October 20

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How a Law School Is Preparing Its Students to Compete Against AI, Motherboard (VICE), April 14

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In Defence of the LSAT, CanadianLawyerMag.com, March 27

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Intelligence Reform Needed to Rebuild Confidence, Muslim Group Tells MPs, The Canadian Press, December 13

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International Ebola Management Guidelines Are Created, Excalibur, November 3

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Investor Protection Clinic Launched in Canada to Provide Free Legal Advice, FinanceMagnates.com, October 10

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Investor Protection Clinic Offers Free Legal Advice, Investment Executive, September 21

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IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic, Norton Rose to Participate in Accessibility Innovation Showcase, Canadian Lawyer, September 21

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Jagmeet Singh to Announce he’s Running for Federal NDP Leadership Next Week?, Voiceonline.com, May 11