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Students who are the first in their families to attend post-secondary school or law school have more challenges to overcome on their road to succeeding in the legal world. The First Generation Network, a student group at University of  Toronto Faculty of Law and Osgoode Hall Law School, aims to help.
In part two of two series of the York University criminology academic conference Osgoode law student discusses his continued struggle with carding and suggests allocating resources meant for policing toward community initiatives.
York University’s criminology conference brought together pre-law hopefuls to examine the most relevant criminal law issues Canada faces today. Presenters covered prostitution, marijuana, and carding legislation.
“Become your own beauty guru” is the name of the most recent networking event recently held for young female lawyers in Toronto by Young Women in Law.  Attendees picked up valuable tips and tricks on how to present themselves in their professional lives. Anastasiya Jogal reports. 

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Tala Khoury had a front-row seat for a mega-trial that pushed boundaries of current courtroom technology.  Anastasiya Jogal recently sat down with the articling student in Toronto, to get the exclusive details.
Perfecting your elevator pitch, how to negotiate a salary, and which law firm to apply to, were just some of the discussion topics covered during the ‘Life after hireback’ event for articling students who are looking for jobs back following their articles. Anastasiya Jogal reports.




Osgoode Hall Law School hosted its first showcase of original web application presentations for the legal profession developed by law students, as part of their final for the Legal Information Technology class. The course is the first of its kind in law schools all over Canada. Assistant editor Anastasyia Jogal reports.
Osgoode Hall Law School students may be back to school with classes restarting as early as Monday, following a bargaining agreement reached between CUPE 3903 Unit 2 and YorkU, while Units 1 and 3 remain on strike.
A group of law students from McGill University have launched a campaign to “denounce the conscious and unconscious micro-aggression” they face at the school. The social media campaign, dubbed “#I, too, am McGill,” is intended to shed light on the ways minorities contribute to the success of McGill, and the ongoing struggles those students must deal with at the institution. The campaign is an offshoot of similar U.S.-based initiatives found at Harvard University (#ItooamHarvard) and Oxford University (#ItooamOxford). Both were launched at the beginning of March.
McGill’s campaign was launched on March 27 and has more than 30 student participants. The campaign can be viewed at itooamcgill.tumblr.com.

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