The Canadian Association of Black Lawyers (CABL) honoured mentors in the community. The organization specifically honoured the contributions of Omar Ha-Redeye, Patricia DeGuire and Anthony Ross. Omar Ha-Redeye has been a mentor for members of the Black Law Students Association of Canada (BLSAC), as well participating in extensive informal
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Omar Ha-Redeye was a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his demonstration of leadership, contributions to society and the legal community, promoting equality among Canadians, and pushing for access to justice. There are 2,000 people in Ontario who received this award for their contributions to society and
My Legal Briefcase named Omar Ha-Redeye the “Lawyer Crush of the Week.” Well, thanks!
Jordan Furlong and Warren Smith named Omar Ha-Redeye as one of the top 12 social media influencers practicing law in Canada in the September 23, 2011 issue of The Lawyers Weekly. The other influential lawyers included: John Boscariol, McCarthy Tétrault LLP, Toronto. Twitter: @tradelawyer David Canton, Harrison Pensa LLP, London
Omar Ha-Redeye won the 2010 Blawg Review of the Year for his contribution in Blawg Review 278. Blawg Review is an international blog carnival, featuring blog posts from the legal community. The Blawg Review of the Year is selected by the readership through submissions to the editor. See the announcement