CITLALLY MACIEL <Staff Writer> On the night of January 12, 2011, a police officer lost his life in the line of duty. His name was Ryan Russell, a devoted and exemplary officer, a loving father, a husband, and a son.
RORY MCGOVERN <Staff Writer> Professor Craig Scott (MP for Toronto-Danforth) is a living example of the potential power of a good education.
CITLALLY MACIEL <Staff Writer> On February 20, 2013, a motion was carried to declare Toronto a “Sanctuary City.”
LAURA HOWELLS <The Muse> ST. JOHN’S (CUP) — Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) has announced that it will be reviewing the feasibility of opening a law school.
JIHEE (MARIE) PARK <Staff Writer> Even though it was a Friday afternoon leading up to Reading Week, the small meeting room was packed. The rest of campus was all but in a rush to start their weekends, but the audience at the talk given by Professor David Moran listened in hushed attention
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NADIA GUO <News Editor> We’re back with the second instalment of Obiter’s Criminal Law Watch Column. Since our last publication, the world of criminal law has been rife with events and hypocrisies to keep you on your toes. This week I’ve chosen to focus on the death of Aaron Swartz.
MELANIE BANKA GOELA <Contributor> Osgoode’s first ever Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW): Creating a Culture of Wellness (November 19 to 21, 2012), was in my view, a significant step toward wellness for the Osgoode community.
CAMERON SMITH <Contributor> Having read with interest the piece on the most recent reincarnation of the Arab-Israeli conflict in Gaza within the last edition of Obiter Dicta, I wanted to refute the claims made that Israel is a state where basic liberty is protected, religious freedom is fundamental, and the rule of law is paramount.
NADIA GUO <News Editor> This semester will mark the first instalment of Nadia’s Criminal Law Watch column. Within each issue of Obiter Dicta, I will be keeping Osgoode up to date on current and noteworthy developments in criminal law in Canada, and around the globe, with a focus on injustices.