New Osgoode podcast called “4 Questions For” launches today
Osgoode Hall Law School launched a new podcast on October 1 called “4 Questions For” featuring great conversations about legal education, the profession and the law. The podcast will be updated with new content on a monthly basis throughout the academic year.
In Episode 1, Osgoode Alumni Association Board co-president Patricia Olasker ’77, a partner at Davies Ward Phillips and Vineberg LLP, will have four questions for Dean Mary Condon about the challenges and opportunities in legal education today.
Upcoming episodes this fall will include Nye Thomas, Executive Director of the Law Commission of Ontario, speaking with Carole Piovesan ’09 of INQ Data Law in November about artificial intelligence – AI – and its ramifications for lawyers and the practice of law.
In December, Osgoode Professor Emeritus Harry Arthurs will chat with Professor Philip Girard about Arthurs’ memoir, Connecting the Dots – The Life of an Academic Lawyer.
To download “4 Questions For” podcasts, visit: soundcloud.com/osgoode_yorku
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