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

All about colour, ‘nothing else’, Toronto Sun, June 13

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A look at the hidden force behind the rise of executive pay: consultants, Globe and Mail, December 6

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Amber Rose led a rally to blast culture of body shaming and victim blaming, TakePart, October 4

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An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (requirements for labour organizations), Exchange Magazine (Waterloo, ON), June 18

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Analysis shows European Commission’s ‘improved’ corporate sovereignty model would actually make things much worse, Techdirt (Redwood City, CA), June 11

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Anti-terrorism bill C-51 ‘dangerous’ legislation, 100 academics say, CBC News, March 3

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A parade of ISDS reforms: The Commission’s new float, EurActiv (The EU), May 7

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A rare and surprising moment of legal accountability in Chad serves notice across Africa, GlobalPost (Boston, MA), April 15

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Are we doing enough to optimize the student body’s mental health?, Associate Dean, November 30

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As an academic, Liberal MP critiqued TPP copyright rule he may have to support, iPolitics, December 9

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Assault charges dropped against pair of police officers, Toronto Star, November 11

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Assisted Suicide, CBC Radio Metro Morning, June 18

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A Toronto judge, two veteran prosecutors, and a lion for the defence: Who’s who in the Mike Duffy trial, Ottawa Citizen, April 6

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Attacks under the guise of parliamentary privilege, Canadian Lawyer (Scarborough, ON), March 23

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AUDIO: Is the Supreme Court too politicized?, CBC Radio The 180, April 19

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Banning “bad” blood: Reconsidering blood donation policies, Juxtaposition, December 9

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‘Before the courts’ is not an excuse, CBC Radio The 180 with Jim Brown, September 13

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Be part of the solution, Investment Executive (North York, ON), July 1

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Beware of trolls: Experts raise concerns about Canada’s new trademark law, CBA PracticeLink, March 1

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Beware of trolls: Experts raise concerns about Canada’s new trademark law, CBA PracticeLink, February 1

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Black History Month does not erase a history of racism, Huffington Post Blog, February 10

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‘Brilliant’ operation targets underworld’s upper crust, Montreal Gazette, November 19

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Building legal education in Canada for the future, Lexpert, September 1

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Canada a world leader in surrendering its sovereignty, The Battlefords News-Optimist (North Battleford, SK), June 29

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Canada: From energy superpower to world colony?, CBC News - Manitoba, January 13

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Canada lacks proper indemnity fund for investors, Investor Recovery Conference hosted by Osgoode and FAIR, Advisor.ca, October 27

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Canada Post would win a super mailbox court challenge: expert, CBC News, April 20

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Canada refugee program to exclude single men: CBC, Radio Canada International, November 23

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Canada’s refugee acceptance rate up despite asylum restrictions, Toronto Star, March 1

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Canadian anti-terror bill opens door for human rights abuses, law scholars argue,, The Guardian, February 27

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Canadian border guards tried to "cover their asses" after strip search of U.S, students, report, Hamilton Spectator (Hamilton, ON), April 24

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Canadian courts could face climate-change cases in wake of Dutch ruling, Globe and Mail, September 15

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Canadian court strikes down niqab ban for new citizens, Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), February 8

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Canadian startup launches law search engine, ECO media release, September 24

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Canadian universities search for balance in accepting corporate money, Globe and Mail, November 13

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Can I sue an app company if I get in a crash due to bad directions?, Globe and Mail, February 3

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Can’t attend bail court? New app connects criminal lawyers, Globe and Mail, April 12

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Carding is a racist blot on the Canadian landscape, Toronto Star, June 18

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Carding opponent: Chief justifies ‘arbitrary detention based on fear’, CBC, October 22

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Carding policy to be challenged in court; Osgoode Hall law student aims to have the police stops declared unconstitutional, and have the data destroyed, Globe and Mail, June 11

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Carter & dying with dignity: now comes the hard part, Canadian Lawyer (Scarborough, ON), February 9

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Challenging Boardroom Homogeneity, The Faculty Lounge, June 1

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Champion of Syrian human rights now calls Canada home, Toronto Sun, December 19

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Changing the state of gender diversity on TSX-listed exec teams, BNN Video, September 29

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Column: Concerns over Bill C-51 not addressed, Surrey North Delta Leader (Surrey, BC), May 8

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Comments on the European Commission’s approach to investor-state arbitration, 55pp, Boston Indymedia, April 18

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Confronting the mental health stigma in the legal profession, Lexpert, May 11

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Congratulations – and some questions – for Canada’s ministers on our refugee policy, Globe and Mail, November 26

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Conservative senators hold kangaroo court on security, Toronto Star, March 7

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Convicted killer’s appeal request dismissed by top court, Yahoo.com Daily Brew, October 15

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COP21 must address the trade cost of carbon pricing: Don Pittis, CBC News, November 25

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Could Canadian lawyers replicate the landmark Dutch climate victory?, DeSmog Canada, September 17

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Could court decision barring prayer from Quebec council affect Parliament?, Global News, April 15

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Courts likely to be next battleground for Canadian companies with foreign ops, SNL Financial, June 24

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Creative accounting and the sales pitch for ISDS, EurActiv (The EU), March 6

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Criminal justice not that just, or humane, Barrie Examiner, September 16

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Critics denounce continued use of controversial Motherisk hair tests, OurWindsor.ca, April 17

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Crowd-sourcing and courts, Edmonton Examiner.com (Edmonton, AB), February 7

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CSIS oversight is alive and well, Globe and Mail, February 3

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Custody and Disability, AMI-audio, November 29

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Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School responds to comment by Avi Benlolo, YFile, September 28

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Death by Boat, Globe and Mail Letter to the Editor, April 22

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Deficits: Past, Present and Future, TVO The Agenda with Steve Paikin, October 9

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Demand for Canadian surrogates surging, industry insiders say, Yahoo! News CA, September 8

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Democracy from the ground up, CBC Metro Morning, September 8

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Digging in foreign lands, OHS Canada Magazine (North York, ON), April 22

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‘Disembodied’ lawyers urged to get mindful, Lawyers Weekly (Toronto/Ottawa, ON), May 22

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Do Canadians know what they just voted for?, Al Jazeera, February 25

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Does logging on First Nations land violate the Charter?, TVO Current Affairs, September 21

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Does Stephen Harper care about Muslims?, The Harper Decade, May 21

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Does the Commission’s new proposal mark the end of ISDS?, PopularResistance.org, September 21

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Doubts over EU’s proposals for saving US trade deal, Daily Mail Online (UK), June 16

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Dufferin-Caledon MP’s office won’t release Syrian refugee petition, Caledon Enterprise, December 10

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Duo delivers blow to judge despite ruling, Lawyers Weekly, December 11

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Election 2015: Candidates Discuss Bill C-51, The Daily News (Nanaimo), September 8

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Election commentary: Canada’s international trade, Toronto Star, September 28

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Empowering asset owners, Top1000funds.com, November 4

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E-petition demands inquiry into wartime allegations of Afghan prisoner torture, City News, December 17

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ERHA Hosts First Annual Conference, The Emory Wheel, November 16

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Eva Melamed first Jewish woman in McGill sports hall, Canadian Jewish News, November 25

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Executive compensation – ‘a system so perfect that no one needs to be good’, Globe and Mail, December 11

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Experts question accuracy of New York Times story on Chinese taxation, Taxanalysts.com, January 22

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Fake pot laws raise host of problems, say lawyers, iPolitics (Ottawa, ON), February 12

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Federal Court judge under review for berating sex assault complainant, CBC News, November 10

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Five amazing things happening in Canada. Tell us some more, Huffington Post, March 18

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Five reasons to stop obsessing about balanced budget, Globe and Mail Commentary, April 9

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Five separate cancers. One tenacious Toronto lawyer, Toronto Star, October 19

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Five truths you should know about terrorism and Islam, Huffington Post, November 16

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Fixing a bad law, Wellington Times, September 23

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Foreign worker exodus expected as new rules kick in, The Tyee (Vancouver, BC), April 1

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Free expression in an age of intimidation, Regina Leader-Post (Regina, SK), January 10

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Free trade deals highlight discord over investor protection, Deutsche Welle (Germany), March 13

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Galati questions appointment of law prof to appeal court, Law Times (Scarborough, ON), January 12

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Getting the vote out in Humber River-Black Creek, CBC Metro Morning, October 19

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Governor-General could play key role if election ends with hung Parliament, Globe and Mail, October 12

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Grieving family is trying to ban a ‘victim blaming’ murder defence, CBC News, December 17

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Guilty verdict overturned after judge consults Google Street View, Toronto Star, March 23

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Hair tests halted at controversial Sick Kids lab; Lawyer whose case sparked Star probe calls decision to suspend Motherisk program ‘a relief’, Toronto Star, March 6

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Half-baked China-Australia Free Trade Agreement is lopsided, Canberra Times (Australia), June 19

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Harper’s bad bet on China, Troy Media, September 18