Yamri Taddese of the Law Times covered the Legal Practice Program approved at November Convocation, and featured a photo of Omar Ha-Redeye on the cover page:
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Omar Ha-Redeye was interviewed by Kirk Maikin of The Globe on the decision at November Convocation to create an alternative licensing stream, the Law Practice Program (LPP).
Omar Ha-Redeye was a panelist at the November Convocation to help debate the motion before the Articling Task Force. See the Press Release and coverage from the law society Gazette. The debate began during the October Convocation, and continued into November with additional submissions. The following motion was approved, creating
Carol Neshevich of the Canadian Bar Association (CBA)’s National Magazine interviewed Omar Ha-Redeye in the 2012 Student Edition on the articling situation: Omar Ha-Redeye, who articled in 2010-11 and now owns his own small full-service firm in Toronto called Fleet Street Law, thinks the system needs a major overhaul.
Michael McKiernan of Canadian Lawyer 4Students interviewed Omar Ha-Redeye on articling tips for law students in the Spring 2012 issue, 1. Think small Bay Street firms run their articling programs like a well-oiled machine and provide a large chunk of the available spots, so it’s no surprise that they’re front