Omar Ha-Redeye will be speaking at the 2015 Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference at Western Law from May 21-22, 2015. 2015 Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Conference
Omar Ha-Redeye published a chapter, Employment Law in the Unionized Context, in the 2014 edition of Introduction to Law in Canada, Laurence Olivo (Ed.).
Ontario Bar Association Young Lawyers Division members were asked, What do you look for in a mentor? Ontario Bar Association Mentorship from Ontario Bar Association on Vimeo.
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke at the Law Union of Ontario’s Annual Conference on a panel about “Legal Education, Inequality, and Jobs” on May 9, 2015. The other panelists included Claire Seaborn, Josh Mandryk, and Andrea Demchuk, and was moderated by Andrew Langille. The conference was held at the Ryerson Student Centre at 55 Gould
Quentin Fottrell of Marketwatch interviewed Omar Ha-Redeye on April 6, 2015 on the use of Facebook to serve court documents, This is not the first time legal papers have been served over Facebook. Last year, Staten Island Support Magistrate Gregory Gliedman granted Noel Biscocho permission to use Facebook to send
Omar Ha-Redeye gave a guest lecture Jamie Maclaren’s law class at UBC, LAW 481C.005 – Access to Justice and the Modern Litigant, on April 2, 2015. His focus was on drivers for change in the legal industry and how this could affect access to justice. Was fantastic having @OmarHaRedeye present
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to the Faculty of Law at Thompson Rivers University on March 3, 2015 for a talk on the Advanced Future of Law. Special thanks to Aperture Law, Thompson Rivers University Student Legal Society, James Weagner, Kenneth Taylor, Greg von Euw and Jay Michi. (Advanced) Future of Law at