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 2016

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Innocence Project Searches for Answers in Historic Brantford Murder, Toronto Star, January 12

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Institutional Investors Don’t Seem to Care About Women on Corporate Boards — But They Should, The Street, March 24

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International Conference at Osgoode Builds on Work Done on Criminalization Project, YFile, March 29

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Interview on Government Rejection of E-Petition E-70 Demand for a Commission of Inquiry on Treatment of Afghan Detainees, CBC Radio, As It Happens, June 17

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Is Being a Vegan a Human Right? Advocates Claim Protection Under New Ontario Policy, but That Wasn’t the Point, National Post, February 5

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Is the Stock Market Sexist?, Pacific Standard Magazine, January 12

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It’s Wrong that Homeless People are Being Buried in Fines, Torontoist, October 5

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Jane and Finch Residents Can Now Access a New Legal Aid Division at Osgoode Hall Law School, Inside Toronto, March 9

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Jewish Groups Voice Frustration Over York U ‘Inclusion’ Committee, Canadian Jewish News, April 7

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Jian Ghomeshi Decision Sparks Debate in Legal Community, CBC News, March 30

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Judge Drops $65,000 in Fines Against Former Homeless Man, Toronto Star, October 4

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Judge 'Got it Right' in Complex Matter, Says Osgoode's Farrow, The Lawyers Weekly, April 15

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Judge Heading Police-Oversight Review Praised for Work Ethic, Experience, Toronto Star, April 30

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Judicial Leaders Seek More Control Over Court Administration, Budgets, Lawyers Weekly, September 9

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Judicial Panel Won’t Push for Judge’s Ouster, The Lawyers Weekly, May 6

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Justice Minister Announces 24 New Judges in Effort to End National Shortage, CBC News, October 20

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Justice Robin Camp: What's at Stake for Sexual Assault Cases, CBC.ca, September 7

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Justice System Can't Wait for Judicial Appointments Review, Say Judges, CBC News, May 9

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Justin Trudeau Signs Free Trade Deal, Markets Morning, October 31

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Killing the LPP and Resistance to Innovation, Canadian Lawyer, October 10

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Labour, Human Rights Groups Want Trudeau to Respect Promise of a Mining Ombudsperson, Rabble, November 3

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Laurentian Responds to CAUT Investigation, Northern Life, March 16

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Law Professor Wants Ontario Judge Disciplined for Reportedly Wearing Trump Hat, Globe and Mail, November 13

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Lawrence Solomon: If Voters Want to Rip Up Ontario’s Outrageous Renewable Energy Contracts, the Courts Won’t Stop Them, Financial Post, October 6

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Law School and In-Practice Needs: Are We Ready to Negotiate?, Canadian Lawyer 4Students, April 4

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Law School On Trial: Obiter Dicta's Student Survey, CBA National, March 22

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Law Society Medal For Bessner's Outstanding Work For Women In Law, Law Society of Upper Canada Gazette, April 18

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Lawyer Crusades Against Accessibility Problems Caused by Inadequate Laws, Toronto Star, December 1

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Lawyer Ghuna Bdiwi Who Fought for Freedom in Syria Brings Legal Expertise to Canada, Canadian Immigrant, March 30

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Lawyer Guilty of Professional Misconduct in Handling of Roma Refugees, Toronto Star, October 11

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Learning from Modi’s Mistakes, The Express Tribune, November 24

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Legal Aid Faces Financial Crunch in Serving Refugee Claimants, South Asian Generation Next, November 17

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Legal Aid Faces Financial Crunch in Serving Refugee Claimants, Toronto Star, November 12

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Legal Clinic Scores Victory in Ticket Appeals, Law Times, October 31

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Legal Futures Round-Up: March 28, CBA National, March 28

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Lessons from Belgium, TVO, March 31

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Lessons Learned from ‘The Jewish Hour’, Toronto Star, September 23

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Less Than Half of Law Grads Find Work After Call: Survey, Canadian Lawyer 4Students, January 11

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Let’s Stand with All, Not Just Some, Terrorized People, Toronto Star, March 29

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Letters to the Editor March 4: What Not to Say About a Homicide, Ottawa Citizen, March 4

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Liberals Petitioned to Hold Inquiry into Afghan Torture Allegations, Globe & Mail, April 26

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Liberals ‘Seriously’ Considering Mining Ombudsperson, says Federal Corporate Social Responsibility Adviser, The Hill Times, November 9

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Lively Crowd Debates Whether to Change Canada’s Election System, Hamilton Spectator, September 18

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Long-Term Matters: Followers Will Make the Money Flow, Investment & Pensions Europe, January 4

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Lukewarm Reception for New EU Trade Deal Investor Rules, Embassy, March 2

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Malcolm Rowe Officially Welcomed to Supreme Court Bench, Toronto Star, December 2

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McMillan Unveils New Leadership Team, Marshall Rothstein Joins Osgoode Hall, and Other Legal Moves and Grooves for Jan. 11, Financial Post, January 11

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Mining Company Tied to Reno Faces Scrutiny for Guatemala Operations, Reno Gazette-Journal, September 6

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Morneau Confirms Liberals Seeking to Eliminate More Tax Credits, Globe and Mail, November 2

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Moving Outside Toronto Doesn't Mean Giving Up Big-City Cases, Advocate Daily, May 5

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Murder of Guatemalan Youth is Evidence of Escalating Risk to Land Defender, NB Media Co-op, November 25

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Name, Logo of ‘Cleveland Team’ Won’t Be Banned From Blue Jays Game Telecast, Toronto Star, October 17

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Navi Pillay Reflects on 50 Years as a Champion for Human Rights, Toronto Star, April 12

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New Brunswick’s Shared-Risk Conversion Faces a Flurry of Legal Attacks, Benefits Canada, November 15

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Newfoundland and Labrador Mulls $32,000 Pay Hike for Judges Amid Fiscal Crunch, Times Colonist, May 8

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New Judges Announced, but More Needed, Law Times, October 31

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New Study Confirms: Private ‘Trade’ Courts Serve The Ultra-Wealthy, Common Dreams, March 1

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New Study Confirms: Private “Trade” Courts Serve the Ultra-Wealthy, Huffington Post, February 29

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New UN Human Rights Adviser for Palestine Rebuffs Anti-Israel Allegations, Kelowna Capital News, March 30

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No Right to a Discriminatory Defence, Toronto Star, February 8

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No Room for Politics in Canadian Courtrooms, Toronto Sun, November 15

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Not Just Bigots and Boors Oppose Trade Deals: McQuaig, Toronto Star, July 7

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Ongoing Judicial Vacancies Slows Court System, Yahoo! News, April 12

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Ontario is About to Put Basic Income to the Test, Financial Times, March 17

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Ontario Judge’s Pro-Trump Baseball Cap Causes Courthouse Uproar, Globe and Mail, November 11

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Ontario’s Pension Plan Presents a Game-Changing Opportunity, Globe & Mail, May 10

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Ontario Woman Convicted of Killing Ex-Lover’s Nephew Granted Day Parole, CTV News, July 3

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Op-Ed: Opposition Growing to Giant Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal, Digital Journal, July 7

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Open Your Mind: A Q&A with Osgoode Hall Law School Professor Margaret Boittin, YFile, January 7

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Opinion: Iraq War Resisters Should Be Allowed to Stay in Canada, CBC Radio, The 180, August 12

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ORPP Should Compete with Private Sector, Advocates Say, Globe & Mail, April 27

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Osgoode Hall Law Prof Blasts Team Trudeau for Rigging Procedures to Ram CETA Through Parliament, Citizen Action Monitor, November 8

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Osgoode Hall Law School Honours Yolande Edwards, Law Times, March 7

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Osgoode Lands Legal Giant, Law Times, January 18

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Osgoode Law Student Heads Appeal of Former Homeless Man’s $70K in Fines, CBC News, October 3

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Osgoode Professor Releases Book of Poems, Law Times, October 17

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Oshawa MP Provided Reference Letter to Kidnapper for Sentencing Hearing, Canadian Lawyer InHouse, February 22

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Osler Announces Partnership With Ryerson’s Legal Innovation Zone and Other Legal Moves and Grooves for January 26, Financial Post, January 26

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Ottawa Urged to Grant Permanent Status to Migrant Workers Upon Arrival, Toronto Star, September 11

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Our Investment Advisers’ Moral Compasses are Still Being Aligned, Globe & Mail, August 16

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Owner of Pot-Shop Chain Vows to Reopen Toronto Vapour Lounge, Globe & Mail, January 22

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“Palestinian Roots” Here To Stay, Despite Bronfman Withdrawal, Excalibur, January 27

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'Palestinian Roots’ Painting Sparks Threat of Protests and Lawsuits If Not Uprooted, Excalibur, January 9

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Parents’ Subsidiary Liabilities Hit Home, Listed, March 6

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Participatory Budgeting — Not A One-Size-Fits-All Approach, Corporate Strategy, January 21

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Paul Bronfman ‘Outraged’ Over Pro-Palestinian Mural at York University, Globe & Mail, January 26

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Perception Of Animosity Between Harper, Top Court Misguided: Study, Globe & Mail, January 20

Playing of the Edge of Laws, Globe & Mail: The Lunch, June 24

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Playing the Long Game, National Post, February 9

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Police Carding Criticism Comes from All Sides in Wake of New Rules, Toronto Star, March 26

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Police Should be Held to a Higher Standard: Osgoode Hall Dean, Sudbury.com, December 20

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Postdoctoral Fellows to Speak At Osgoode Event, YFile, February 29

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Pot Businesses Caught Up in Legal Haze, The Lawyers Weekly, February 19

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Pot Legalization Coming, So Stop Possession Arrests, Say Some, CBC News, April 23

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Pressure to Name First Indigenous Supreme Court Judge Could See Trudeau Shaking Up Rules, National Post, September 16

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Professor Signa Daum Shanks Comments on Behavioural Economics, Provincial Governments, and Indigenous Peoples: “Tackling Root Causes a Sound Policy”, The Star Phoenix, March 28

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Profile Of Andrew Petter, President and Vice-Chancellor, Simon Fraser University, Business Vancouver, January 12

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Protectionism in Reverse, Lexpert Business of Law, November 28

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Push for NDP to Embrace, Debate Leap Manifesto Intensifies Ahead of Convention, National Newswatch, April 4

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Q & A: Jesse Razaqpur, the Artisanal Whiskey Distiller Who Sued the LCBO, Toronto Life, April 8