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 2017

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Journalists head to law schools, CanadianLawyerMag.com, February 13

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

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Justin Trudeau Names Richard Wagner New Chief Justice of Canada, The Star, December 12

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Kevin O'Leary Appears 'Confused' About Notwithstanding Clause, Expert Says, Huff Post, March 27

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Law Professor Questions Whether Contingency Fees Benefit Clients, Financial Post, January 18

Lawyers Among Canada’s Most Powerful Women, The Lawyer's Daily, November 24

Lawyers Fear Quebec’s Bill 62 Sets Path to Niqab Criminalization, The Lawyer's Daily, November 29

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Legal Aid Ontario to Suspend Some Refugee Services July 1, Toronto Star, May 19

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Legal Clinic Provides Free Assistance to Aggrieved Investors, Investment Executive, November 2

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

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Les Canadiens ont-ils encore accès à la justice?, Droit-Inc, September 18

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Liberal Election Promise to Overhaul Asylum Claim System Postponed, Toronto Star, May 15

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Liberals Fail to Deliver on Pledge to Publish Excerpts ‘Shortly’ From Applications for Bench, The Lawyer's Daily, October 25

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

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

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

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LSAC Announces Expanded LSAT Schedule In Effort To Reduce Barriers To Law School, CanadianLawyerMag.com, June 14

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McKenna and Philpott Battle Toothpaste Toxins in Comic Book, National Observer, May 30

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McLachlin’s Legacy on Criminal Law, Law Times, December 11

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

Métis Nation of Ontario, Ottawa Sign Memo of Understanding, The Lawyers Weekly, March 3

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Military Watchdog Limits Investigation Of Complaint Into Afghan Prisoner Abuse, CBC.ca, March 2

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Millard’s Self-Representation: What It Entails and Why It’s a Growing a Trend, Global News, November 15

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More Revelations on Auto Premiums’ Inflated Legal Costs, Insurance Business, February 7

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‘My son didn’t deserve to die’; Manslaughter charges against alleged fentanyl dealers piling up across Canada, National Post, October 10

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New Trial Ordered In Deadly Stage Collapse at Downsview Park Radiohead Concert, CP24, June 19

N.S. Courts Seek to Improve Media Relations to Boost Access to Justice, The Lawyer's Daily, November 28

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Ontario Lawyers at Odds over Plan to Tackle Racism in Their Profession, CBC News, November 8

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

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

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Osgoode Dean Lorne Sossin to Step Down This Spring, YFile, September 25

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Osgoode Hall Collaborates with Local Business Group on Virtual Employment Hub, The Lawyer's Daily, October 3

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Osgoode Hall Establishes Fund To Benefit Indigenous Initiatives, CanadianLawyerMag.com, June 23

Osgoode Hall Expands Financial Accessibility Programs, The Lawyer's Daily, September 29

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Osgoode Law Unveils Three-Year Strategic Plan, CanadianLawyerMag.com, February 27

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Osgoode Makes New Investments in Accessible Legal Education, PublicNow.com, September 27

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Osgoode Recognizes First Black Managing Editor of Law Journal, CanadianLawyerMag.com, February 28

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Osgoode workers win $15, RankAndFile.ca, March 30

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Ottawa doit suspendre l’entente avec les États-Unis, estiment les défenseurs de réfugiés, Le Devior, February 10

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Ottawa Should Suspend Refugee Pact With U.S., Harvard Report Says, Toronto Star, February 8

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

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

Pipeline ruling may have impact on federal-Indigenous relations: observers, The Lawyer's Daily, October 6

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

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Police Raids Against Marijuana Storefronts Unconstitutional, This Pot Retailer Argues In Court, CBC News, October 19

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Police Urge Pot Dispensary Owners to Report Robberies, Toronto Star, January 23

Ponce y Bitran actúan de forma emocional y política, en vez de buscar el mejor interés de SQM y Chile, El Mercurio, November 11

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Possible Discipline Faced by Trump Hat Judge Remains Unclear, Hamilton Spectator, January 12

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Pot Possession Suspects Face Uncertain Future, CBC.ca, April 16

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Pro Bono Legal Clinic Backs Wronged Investors, Advisor.ca, September 25

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

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

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

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Profs Call For Action On Extraction Ombudsperon, BNN, March 15

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Progress on Canada Infrastructure Bank: Directors Named, Global Trade Review, November 17

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

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

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Re-evaluation Of Institutional Delay Leads To Overturned Stay On Murder Charge, The Lawyer's Daily, September 12

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Refugee Board Creates Guidelines for Deciding LGBTQ Claims, Toronto Star, May 5

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Refugees 'In The Crosshairs' as Legal Aid Ontario Battles For Government Funding, Advocates Warn, CBC.ca, May 25

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Residencies to Refine Your Career Path, Toronto Star, February 23

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Rhino, BBC Radio Natural Histories, October 24

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Rogers Broke Promise on Credit Check, Lawsuit Claims, The Star, December 8

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

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

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SCC’s ‘Barnburner’ Fall Session Features TWU, Groia, Comeau and Other Hot Cases, The Lawyer's Daily, October 3

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

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Similarities in Nigerian Asylum Claims Based on Sexual Orientation Have Legal Aid Ontario Asking Questions, CBC News, November 8

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Students Launch Style Law Blog, Canadian Lawyer Magazine, January 13

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

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The B.C. Judge Who ‘Ignored Evidence,’ ‘Erred in Law’ and Put a Ministry under Fire, Global News, November 27

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

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

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The Need for an Indigenous Supreme Court Justice, CTV, November 8

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

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The Pros and Cons of NAFTA, Epochtimes.com, May 11

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This Cedarvale couple sued for $2.5 million over a house they claim was designed to look like theirs, The Star, October 5

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

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TIFF Needs To Pressure Producers To Make Their Movies Accessible, Advocates Say, CBC.ca, September 12

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Time for Canada to Take Action on the Mining Industry’s Human Rights Abuses, Global Conversations, February 5

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Tom Mulcair Wants Ethics Commissioner to Reopen Harjit Sajjan Ruling on Detainees, CBC.ca, May 2

Toronto Legal Clinic Launches Challenge to Mandatory Minimum Sentence, The Lawyer's Daily, September 21

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Trump, Tighter Air Travel Rules Behind Surge Of Refugees At Canada-U.S. Border, Experts Say, Toronto Star, March 21

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

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Two Federal Departments For Indigenous Issues Could Bring Headaches, Scholar Says, The Lawyer's Daily, September 1

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Two New Projects Support Innovative, Youth-Led Tech Solutions to Justice Problems, The Law Foundation of Ontario, February 21

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USF Slut Walk To Take Over Campus, The Oracle (University of South Florida’s student newspaper), October 29

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Walkom: The Loose Thread That Could Unravel Canada-EU Trade Deal, Toronto Star, May 17

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We Asked Experts What They Would Like To See From a Renegotiated NAFTA, Yahoo Finance Canada, February 6

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White Out, Precedent Magazine, September 7

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Who Owns The 6: Keenan, Toronto Star, March 29

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Why A Canadian Mining Company Is Suing Romania for $4.4 Billion, DeSmog Canada, October 19

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

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Why Are So Many Hungarians Deported? A Look At Canada’s ‘Unwelcome Index’, The Globe and Mail, March 12

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Why is Canada Only Now Accepting More LGBT Asylum Claims?, Daily Xtra, February 2

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

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

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Why Treat University Students Like Fragile Flowers?, The Globe and Mail, September 19

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Will the Shooting Death of Michael MacIsaac Finally Change Police Use of Force Training in Ontario?, NOW, October 28

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Windsor Student Group Helps Homeless With ID Project, The Lawyer's Daily, October 25