Osgoode mourns the passing of Jim Flaherty '73
Jim Flaherty
Osgoode Visiting Professor Fay Faraday authors new Metcalf Foundation report examining temporary foreign workers' experiences of recruitment
Fay Faraday, McMurtry Visiting Clinical Fellow at Osgoode last year and a Visiting Professor this year as well as an Innovation Fellow with the Metcalf Foundation, has authored a Foundation report on migrant workers and worker recruitment practices...
Fay Faraday
Congratulations to JD student/field hockey player Anna Easty and the Canadian women and men's indoor national teams on earning double gold at Pan Am Cup
Anna Easty
Comparative Labour Law and Policy Journal pays tribute to article by Professor Emeritus Harry Arthurs
The International Association of Labour Law Journals curates an annual electronic collection of the most interesting articles published during the previous year -- one article per Journal.  Matthew Finkin, editor of the Comparative Labour Law...
Harry Arthurs
Book by Ron Ellis '09 (PhD) critiquing Canada's administrative justice system is shortlisted for prestigious Donner Prize
Ron Ellis '09 (PhD) is one of five finalists shortlisted for the Donner Canadian Foundation's prestigious Donner Prize for his book, Unjust by Design: Canada's Administrative Justice System. The winner of the $50,000 prize will be announced at an...
Ron Ellis
Congratulations to the 2014 Dean's Gold Key Award winners!
"Dean's Gold Keys" have been awarded to 12 exceptional students who will be graduating from Osgoode's Juris Doctor (JD) program at Spring Convocation on June 20. From left, Sara Hanson, Patrick Stothers-Kwak, Ramandeep Lotay, Dylan McGuinty, Rebecca...
2014 Dean's Gold Key Award winners
PhD candidate Natalia Angel-Cabo wins IDRC Doctoral Research Award Competition 2013
Congratulations to Osgoode PhD candidate Natalia Angel-Cabo who has won the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Doctoral Research Award Competition 2013. Angel-Cabo’s project studies the effects of a new governance approach to the...
Natalia Angel-Cabo

Oz in the News

Book looks at future trends in principles governing institutional investors (Professor Edward Waitzer, YFile, Apr 16, 2014)
Yor U. president says Flaherty's death has left many 'shocked and deeply saddened' (Osgoode Hall Law School, North York Mirror, Apr 11, 2014)
Bosma Case: Why three murder cases don't necessarily mean a serial killer (Professor Alan Young,, Apr 11, 2014)
The continuum of in-house counsel education (Dean Lorne Sossin, CBA National Magazine, Apr 11, 2014)
Laura Babcock: Can it be first-degree murder without a body? (Professor AlanYoung, Toronto Star, Apr 10, 2014)

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