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The professors' letter is in response to Executive Orders by the US President that the signatories say are inconsistent with international law, and reflect bigotry, xenophobia, and nativist fear-mongering.
The Employment Law Division will assist clients with employment agreements, EI, employment standards, health and safety reprisals, human rights in the workplace, and wrongful dismissal.
Closing the Employment Standards Enforcement Gap: Improving Employment Standards Protections for People in Precarious Jobs
A research initiative of seven Ontario universities and 16 cross-sectoral partner organizations, the five-year project seeks to inform effective employment standards enforcement in Ontario.
Osgoode Hall Law School has announced a further $1 million investment in financial accessibility to ensure that a greater number of students are able to access legal education.
When: Thursday, February 12, 2015, 12:30 p.m. - 2 p.m.
Where: Room 2027, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
Amnesty International Canada's Alex Neve will survey the state of the world and the state of the nation when it comes to combatting torture.
'Road to Justice' exhibit at Osgoode examines historical discriminatory treatment of immigrants in Canada
The travelling exhibit is the work of the Metro Toronto Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic with the support of the Government of Canada.
A report has found that Toronto police are ticketing the city's homeless more aggressively than ever before, despite a decline in offences.
Date January 12, 2011
Time 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Where Room 280N York Lanes, York University
This panel discussion includes Roy McMurtry, chair, and Professors Robert Latham, Lesley Wood, and Sara Horowitz.