In this January 21, 2014 lecture to Osgoode Hall Law School's Negotiations and Mediation Seminar taught by Prof. Martha Simmons, David Lepofsky describes strategies for ensuring that persons with disabilities can fully participate in mediation and negotiations processes connected with litigation. From 1994-2005, Lepofsky chaired the Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee. From 2009 to the present, he chaired the successor Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance. www.odacommiteee.net WWW.aodaalliance.org Twitter @davidlepofsky and @aodaalliance Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Accessibility-for-Ontarians-with-Disabilities-Act-Alliance/106232039438820 To get AODA Alliance email updates ask firstname.lastname@example.org For all lectures in this series and related links visit http://www.aodaalliance.org/video/default.asp
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Dr. Benjamin L. Berger, Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, on key questions about law, religion, and social change.
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Osgoode Hall Law School’s expansive Juris Doctor curriculum is rich in opportunity to integrate theory and practice. We have unparalleled clinical and intensive programs and exciting collaborations with community organizations. Our students can represent clients in court, provide legal services to start-up companies and engage in cutting-edge legal research and law reform, all before they graduate. Our full-time faculty are top legal scholars whose research continues to influence the legal and policy landscape in Canada and beyond. At Osgoode you will find a vibrant and inclusive space where students, faculty and staff collaborate to make a positive difference around the globe. Visit our website to learn more about Osgoode: www.osgoode.yorku.ca
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First-year Osgoode Hall Law School JD student Neda Foroughian was chosen as our 2018 Dean for a Day. Neda shared some of her thoughts on the future of Osgoode in this short video from Dean Lorne Sossin's desk in which she talked about her winning submission in this year’s Dean for a Day contest that asked this crucial and timely question: What should Osgoode look like in 2025? Neda’s suggestion is that we integrate Mental Health Literacy into our curriculum so that “our students graduate as professionals that care for their own well-being, and for those around them. If we do this by 2025, Osgoode will look like and be a place that prioritizes the well-being of students – allowing them to thrive while receiving the best legal education.”
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Second-year JD student Ryan Robski was chosen as Osgoode's 2015 Dean for a Day. He was supposed to have moved into Dean Lorne Sossin's office on March 5 and Sossin was to have attended his classes. However, in light of the labour disruption at York University, Robski and Sossin decided to forego trading places. This short interview with "Dean Robski" was taped March 19 in Sossin's office while he was out.
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First Nations leader Arthur Manuel, author (with Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson) of "Unsettling Canada - A National Wake-Up Call," talked about the role Aboriginal rights play in the political economy of Canada today in his lecture on November 24, 2016 entitled "Aboriginal Rights as Economic Rights: Whose land is Canada selling?"
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Faisal Bhabha, Assistant Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, on the relevancy, impact and challenges of Ontario Human Rights Code
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Gerald Chan '06, Partner, Ruby Shiller Chan Barristers, talks about being a student at York University's Osgoode Hall Law School.
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Students get hands-on legal experience with Osgoode's IP Intensive Program. Learn more at www.iposgoode.ca
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Professor Philip Girard delivers the James Lewtas Lecture at Osgoode Hall Law School on November 21, 2011 on the topic, "The Canadian Legal Profession: Clone, Hybrid, or Mutant?"
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In this January 22, 2014 guest-lecture in Prof. Richard Haigh's State and Citizen course at Osgoode Hall Law School, disability rights activist David Lepofsky recounts his volunteer advocacy efforts in 1980-82, as one of many who successfully campaigned to get Section 15 of the Canadian Charter of rights and Freedoms amended to protect disability equality. Lepofsky's December 12, 1980 presentation to the Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada is available at http://is.gd/CDBdmJ From 1994-2005, Lepofsky chaired the Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee. From 2009 to the present, he chaired the successor Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance. www.odacommiteee.net WWW.aodaalliance.org Twitter @davidlepofsky and @aodaalliance Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Accessibility-for-Ontarians-with-Disabilities-Act-Alliance/106232039438820 To get AODA Alliance email updates ask email@example.com For all lectures in this series and related links visit http://www.aodaalliance.org/video/default.asp
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Dean Lorne Sossin and members of the Osgoode Community discuss the transition to law school and what to expect in first year. Topics include: The first week at Osgoode; Orientation; First year program (courses and work load); Paying for law school (budgeting and financial aid); Clinical and experiential opportunities and Student life. If you have any questions yourself, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The live webcast was taped on June 25, 2013.
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The Disability Law Intensive (DLI) is a clinical intensive program offered by Osgoode Hall Law School in partnership with ARCH Disability Law Centre. The DLI program allows students to engage in individual client and systemic advocacy. Students enrolled in the DLI program have a demonstrated commitment to social justice and to the eradication of barriers facing people with disabilities, and embrace the understanding of social and rights-based models of disability.
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Cristina Rodríguez, Professor of Law at Yale Law School, delivered the Pierre Genest Memorial Lecture at Osgoode Hall Law School on Monday, February 25, 2013. In her talk, Rodríguez explored the relationship between immigrant incorporation and the concept of "civil rights" often used to frame the immigration question in the United States. She looked at the distinction between what it means to be respected as a "person" (civil rights as a legal regime) and what it means to be incorporated into "the people" (civil rights as ongoing social struggle). Rodríguez served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Office of Legal Counsel in the U.S. Department of Justice prior to her appointment to the Yale faculty in 2012.
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Osgoode Visiting Professor Jamil Jivani's practicum course called Community Organizing & the Law focuses on how to engage communities around law and policy issues. The fall 2016 seminar was organized around three real-world projects: mobilizing voter turnout in the Jane and Finch neighborhood, organizing community consultations on the new Ontario regulations around police carding, and analyzing pre-charge diversion (a system that offers an alternative to incarceration for youth accused of minor crimes).
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CANADA'S RIGHTS REVOLUTION A Critical and Comparative Symposium on the Canadian Charter SEPTEMBER 14, 2012, 9AM-5PM HELLIWELL CENTRE FOR INNOVATION IN DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ROOM 1014) OSGOODE HALL LAW SCHOOL, YORK UNIVERSITY Chairs: Professors Benjamin Berger and Jamie Cameron Papers: Professors Gavin Anderson (Glasgow), John Borrows (Minnesota), Sujit Choudhry (NYU), Rosalind Dixon (Chicago), Avigail Eisenberg (UVic), Colleen Sheppard (McGill), Mark Tushnet (Harvard), Margot Young (UBC) and Michael Ignatieff (Toronto) The Osgoode Hall Law Journal Fall 2012 Symposium
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The Anti-Discrimination Intensive Program is an exciting collaboration between Osgoode Hall Law School and the Human Rights Legal Support Centre, which offers human rights legal services to individuals throughout Ontario who have experienced discrimination contrary to the Ontario Human Rights Code. The program offers students the opportunity to develop specialized knowledge of anti-discrimination law and to see an administrative law process from beginning to end.
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Victoria Creighton '08, Associate, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, talks about being a student at York University's Osgoode Hall Law School.
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Confidential sources: The public interest in keeping secrets What is different about confidential newsgathering sources? Why is it in the public interest to protect these sources, and when is it more important to know who they are? How do shield laws work in the US, and who should set the rules for confidential sources -- the courts or the legislatures?
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American businessman, journalist and author James McGregor delivered the Davies Business Law Lecture on Tuesday, January 21, 2014 at York University. The lecture was presented by the Jay and Barbara Hennick Centre for Business and Law at Osgoode Hall Law School and the Schulich School of Business, and Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP. McGregor, who is Chairman of APCO Worldwide, Greater China, discussed his most recent book, "No Ancient Wisdom, No Followers: The Challenges of Chinese Authoritarian Capitalism."
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Lorne Sossin, Dean of York University's Osgoode Hall Law School, discusses the three overarching themes of Experience Osgoode, the five-year plan that outlines the strategic directions for Osgoode from 2011 to 2016. The full strategic plan is posted on Osgoode's website at www.osgoode.yorku.ca.
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Dean Lorne Sossin and members of the Osgoode community discuss the transition to law school and what to expect in first year. Topics include: The first week at Osgoode; Orientation; First year program (courses and work load); Paying for law school (budgeting and financial aid); Clinical and experiential opportunities and Student life. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com. The live webcast was taped on June 24, 2014.
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2013-2014 McMurtry Fellow, David Lepofsky gives a brief introduction to this 11-part series of lectures on disability accessibility and disability rights advocacy. From 1994-2005, Lepofsky chaired the Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee. From 2009 to the present, he chaired the successor Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance. www.odacommiteee.net www.aodaalliance.org Twitter @davidlepofsky and @aodaalliance Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Accessibility-for-Ontarians-with-Disabilities-Act-Alliance/106232039438820 To get AODA Alliance email updates ask firstname.lastname@example.org For all lectures in this series and related links visit http://www.aodaalliance.org/video/default.asp
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This video was first shown on May 9, 2013 at York University's Teaching and Learning Innovation Celebration. It showcases a new experiential education opportunity for students involving Osgoode Hall Law School and the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto, Ontario.
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The battle for standing determines who gets heard in politics. Former Liberal Party leader Michael Ignatieff, currently senior resident at Massey College, University of Toronto, addressed an Osgoode Hall Law School audience on March 13, 2012 on the topic of "Standing in Law, Standing in Politics."
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Second-year JD student Clifford McCarten served as Osgoode's Dean for a Day on March 6, 2014. Meanwhile, Dean Lorne Sossin attended Clifford's classes. Clifford talks here about his Dean for a Day submission and his vision of the future for Osgoode.
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This talk in the Osgoode Colloquium on Law, Religion & Social Thought series was given by University of Windsor Faculty of Law Professor Richard Moon on November 26, 2012.
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Jane Ambachtsheer, Partner and Chair of Global Responsible Investment Business, Mercer (Paris Office), and Member, Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosure
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Seminar hosted by the Ontario Legal Philosophy Partnership (OLPP - www.olpp.ca) at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, in Toronto.
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Friday, February 2, 2018 | 9:00am - 4:30pm | Law Society of Ontario, Osgoode Hall Register: http://aichallenge.osgoode.yorku.ca/ Canada has positioned itself as a world leader and destination of choice for companies looking to invest in artificial intelligence and innovation. The “Bracing for Impact: The Artificial Intelligence Challenge” conference is a recognition that advancements in AI will have a huge impact on our social, moral and legal norms. It is therefore important to not only fund AI innovation, but we must also move quickly to ensure that robust and effective governance structures are in place. The conference will be held at the Law Society of Ontario, Donald Lamont Centre, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and will feature internationally renowned AI experts who will discuss some of the fundamental questions that arise when machines start to think for themselves. Topics include: • The impact and implications of AI for Industry; • Concerns about Intellectual Property and Commercialization; • Cybersecurity and Algorithmic Accountability; • Social Good.
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In his January 24, 2014 lecture to Osgood Hall Law School's Disability Rights Intensive course of Prof. Roxanne Mykitiuk and Marion MacGregor, David Lepofsky describes his 13-year saga to force the Toronto Transit Commission to audibly announce all subway, bus and streetcar routes to accommodate the needs of blind passengers like himself. This included of advocacy and litigation including his 2 discrimination cases at Ontario's Human Rights Tribunal against the TTC. From 1994-2005, Lepofsky chaired the Ontarians with Disabilities Act Committee. From 2009 to the present, he chaired the successor Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance. www.odacommiteee.net WWW.aodaalliance.org Twitter @davidlepofsky and @aodaalliance Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Accessibility-for-Ontarians-with-Disabilities-Act-Alliance/106232039438820 To get AODA Alliance email updates ask email@example.com For all lectures in this series and related links visit http://www.aodaalliance.org/video/default.asp
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On October 20, 2017, Osgoode Hall Law School and the Hennick Centre for Business and Law hosted the conference which answered important questions, including: What are the obligations of officers and directors in Canada in light of such developments? What risks do companies face? What information must informed investors have? And what are leading Canadian companies doing to transition to a low-carbon economy? For more information visit osgoode.yorku.ca/climate
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I DON'T CARE ABOUT YOU: Is Jerry's perspective on effectively leveraging broadcast media for your cause If you contact me to try to get your message, cause or business on to my talk show keep in mind that I don’t care about you. I don’t care that much about me either, to be honest, I care about the show and the listeners and how many of them I can gather. If it was all about me the show would be a full time discussion of motorcycles, cowboy boots and how nobody writes better song lyrics than Kris Kristofferson. Would you listen to that for very long? I don’t get paid to help you, I get paid to help my employer. So let’s talk about how you can help me help my employer and to use the media to your benefit. A triple win. Jerry Agar is the host of the Jerry Agar Show which launched in 2010 and airs on NEWSTALK 1010 weekdays 9am to noon. He grew up in Gilbert Plains, Manitoba and started his radio career as an all-night DJ in Dauphin, Manitoba. He married an American and moved to the United States where he started his talk radio career in 2000 with a show in Raleigh, North Carolina. From there he went to KMBZ in Kansas City and then to Chicago, where he worked on WLS in the morning, while doing an evening show for WABC in New York from studios in Chicago. Agar was a talk host on the Sun News TV Network. He is a Senior Fellow at The Illinois Policy Institute where he records a weekly newscast for the Institute. He is a weekly columnist for the Toronto Sun.
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Special Remarks by Warren Winkler, Chief Justice of Ontario
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Osgoode Hall Law School's Mediation Intensive Clinical Program was centre stage on May 9, 2012 at York University's Teaching and Learning Innovation Celebration. The day-long event showcased 39 projects funded from York's Academic Innovation Fund. Third-year Osgoode JD student Daniel Basili was interviewed by Osgoode Dean Lorne Sossin about his involvement with the Mediation Intensive. Four other JD students --Jameel Abdul-Baasit, Sherifat Enikanolaiye, Lauren Rakowski and Nick Van Duyvenbode -- shared their experiences in this video. All of the students paid tribute to the program's director, Professor Leanne Shafir.
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A presentation on Nov. 25, 2013 by Justice Marshall Rothstein of the Supreme Court of Canada on Advocacy in IP Litigation in the Supreme Court of Canada.
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The Honourable Mr. Justice Russell G. Juriansz '72, Court of Appeal for Ontario, talks about being a student at York University's Osgoode Hall Law School.
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For the Presentation of the Inaugural Lincoln Alexander Award at Osgoode's Black History Month Celebration Video by Spencer Bailey
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Disability rights advocate/ law professor David Lepofsky gives Osgoode Hall Law School 1st year constitutional law lecture on controversy on whether Ontario human rights/anti-discrimination laws should have public or privatized enforcement. Impact of major 2006 changes on human rights enforcement. For complete history: http://www.aodaalliance.org/reform/default.asp Twitter: @davidlepofsky @aodaalliance
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PANEL I: CONTRACT LAW - Moderator: Stephanie Ben-Ishai, Professor,Osgoode Hall Law School; Speaker: Stephen Waddams,Professor, Faculty of Law,University of Toronto,"Mistakes in Assumptions"; Speaker: Michael Pratt, Professor,Faculty of Law, Queen's University, "The Intention to Create Legal Relations and Disclaimers"; Discussant: Angela Swan, Counsel, Legal Education, Aird & Berlis LLP
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