Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to Newstalk 1010 on the recent decision by the Law Society of Upper Canada to reject accreditation of the new law school at Trinity Western University. He explained the position that any law school in Canada should reflect Canadian values, including equity for gay rights. Thomas Conway,
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Omar Ha-Redeye coached 3 teams for Centennial College in the 2014 Osgoode Cup on March 15-16 with co-instructor Michelle Pinto. The participants included: Amanda Narula and Ikram Ibrahim Jessica Riehm and Christian Fortier Ayda Choupani and Sidney Sanchez Narula finished in 14th place out of 126 participants, and Riehm finished in 19th place.
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Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to Newstalk 1010 on the Tim Hortons soup lawsuit.
Drew Hasselback of the Legal Post interviewed Omar Ha-Redeye on the demise of the 500 lawyer firm of Heenan Blaikie: …at the other end of the spectrum, a new generation of entrepreneurial lawyers sees opportunity in the change. Omar Ha-Redeye, a Toronto practitioner who is co-chair of young lawyers division