Omar Ha-Redeye finished as a finalist in the Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP Labour Law Advocacy Competition. The winners were Eric Grigg and Ben Howard. The case was an appeal of the Ontario Court of Appeal decision in Fraser v. Ontario, which is currently pending judgment at the Supreme
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Omar Ha-Redeye received two international CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in academic achievement for the highest performance in courses on the Holocaust and genocide, and another in religious laws while studying in Israel.
Results from the 2009 Canadian Law Blog Awards (CLawBies) are in, and Law is Cool and Slaw are both winners: 1) Best Canadian Law Blog (or Blogger) Award: Slaw – As most readers will already know, Slaw is not only a huge presence on the Canadian law blog scene, but
Dennis Kennedy has awarded Slaw the 2009 Blawggie for Best Overall Law-Related Blog. Read more from Simmon Fodden.
My nominations for the 2009 CLawBies Awards. Despite being conflicted I have to start with Jordan Furlong, especially for posts like this: Firms focus relentlessly on the students with the highest grades… even though these students can be one-dimensional performers with an affinity for the academic environment and no competing