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Posts Tagged ‘Nova Scotia’
Meghan Harrison of U-News.ca discusses the strike at York University. U-News.ca is a publication of the senior journalism students at the University of King’s College School of Journalism in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Class-action lawsuit by students could have a shot
Slaw – Canadian law weblog
Slaw is a three-year-old collaborative weblog about Canadian law. In this post, Omar Ha-Redeye, a law student at the University of Western Ontario, considers whether or not York students could file a successful class-action lawsuit against York over the strike. The students wouldn’t be without in-house experts, as the strike also affects York’s Osgoode Hall law school. Ha-Redeye points out that a 2001 suit against the school over lost instructional time was unsuccessful because the judge wouldn’t connect lost instructional time to financial losses. “If law students (and others) can indicate that the tight deadlines around legal jobs and licensing requirements do have a direct financial impact, is it possible that the court could rule different in the future?” wonders Ha-Redeye.