Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to CBA National Magazine on the evidence behind mandatory minimum sentencing. The CBA has taken strong positions against the imposition of mandatory minimum sentences in Canada.
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Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to National Magazine TV on cyberbullying legislation and internet privacy. Critics have charged that Bill C-13 aims in part to revive a whole host of lawful access provisions from Bill C-30, the controversial internet-surveillance bill that the government dropped earlier this year following a public outcry. National wrote
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to National Magazine TV about deregulation of the legal profession and the need for innovation. Omar Ha-Redeye on deregulation of the profession from National Magazine TV on Vimeo.
Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to Yves Fagay of CBA National Magazine social media in the courtroom: Quebec’s courts recently banned Twitter. Ontario’s Superior Court has allowed it only for lawyers and journalists. Omar Ha Redeye explains the competing interests behind the confusion.
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.