Osgoode Hall Law School’s Investor Protection Clinic has received an $80,000 cy-près award from a class action settlement to put toward operational costs in order to remain open throughout the summer.
Stratus restaurant was packed with female professionals on April 4 at a women’s networking and cocktail event presented by Lerners LLP in Toronto.
As the strike at Toronto’s York University enters its fifth week, students at Osgoode Hall Law School face the choice of crossing the picket line to attend classes, take all classes on a pass/fail basis or access a course remediation framework, which would delay 3L students in writing the June bar exam.
A private member’s bill aiming to waive the required fees in obtaining government identification for low-income or precariously housed people was up for debate at the Ontario Legislature March 29 by Kingston/the Islands MPP Sophie Kiwala, thanks to Queen’s University law students and their Fee Waiver Initiative through Pro Bono Students Canada.
Contract staff, teaching assistants and graduate assistants at Toronto’s York University, home to Osgoode Hall Law School, have chosen to strike after their shared labour union, CUPE 3903, rejected the university’s “final offer” after six months of financial negotiation. The strike began at 12:01 a.m. today.