Rodriguez served as deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Counsel in the US Department of Justice for the past two years. Her talk is titled “Immigration and the Civil Rights Agenda”.Read more
Third-year law student Cory Rubin served as Osgoode Hall Law School’s Dean for a Day on Tuesday. Rubin attended a series of meetings that were centred on his Dean for a Day entry essay topics of fairness and feedback in the exam process, and enhancing the academic experience.Read more
Friday’s conference brings lawyers, scholars, financiers and regulators together to grapple with the Canadian mining industry’s most pressing issues.Read more
Two events this week for Osgoode Hall Law School Professor John McCamus pay tribute to his extraordinary contributions over the past 40 years to legal education, the legal profession and public service.Read more
Artists from all disciplines are encouraged to examine the past, present and future of law as part of Osgoode’s new Artist-in-Residence Fellowship. A first call for expressions of interest, with a deadline of Thursday, Feb. 28, has been posted on the Osgoode website.Read more
Osgoode Hall Law School, the Lassonde School of Engineering and the Office of the Vice-President Research & Innovation are hosting a Research Celebration Feb. 4 to celebrate the convergence of engineering and law.
Osgoode Hall Law School and the Faculty of Health are implementing an experiential education component into programs delivered to students; both Faculties expect to have experiential education fully embedded into their programs by 2015.Read more
McCarthy Tetrault LLP announced Wednesday it will provide $150,000 to create a new business law internship program at York’s Osgoode Hall Law.
On Friday, Jan. 25, Osgoode Hall Law School will hold a public symposium on recent reforms outlined in a report by lawyer and independent reviewer Andrew Pinto on the Ontario Human Rights System. The symposium is free and all are welcome to attend.Read more
Participants at the Evidence of Torture in Canada: The New Normal of Official Complicity forum agreed Canada had reached a crucial juncture in terms of its official stance on torture.