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 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
The Ontario Legislature recognized Black History Month on Feb. 24, 2015. A statement by the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade is available here. Hansard, Feb. 24, 2015 Black History Month
Omar Ha-Redeye provided a guest lecture at a class at Osgoode Hall on legal information technology on Feb. 24, 2015. The course is taught by Monica Goyal, Professor James Williams and Darin Thompson. See here for media coverage about the course, and here for an overview of the session by Darin
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke on “Diminished Capacity and the Client” on Monday, February 23, 2015 in Toronto, at a conference on “Contemporary Legal Challenges: Applying the Rules of Professional Conduct” conference. Agenda: Sara Erskine, The Lawyer as Witness Thomas W. Arndt, Zealous Advocate or Zealot? Omar Ha-Redeye, Diminished Capacity and the Client Trudy Goldenberg, Inadvertent Communications Online