*This is Part I of a three-part feature on the ‘powerhouse trio’ of women in construction and energy. Read Part … Continue reading Women in Construction and How They’re Paving the Way (Part I)
Safeguarding private information and network security are now critical elements of the operation of any successful business. Coupled with this … Continue reading If Information is Power, How Can You Use Yours in the Battle Against Cyber Crime?
What does the future of law look like in an age of machine-learning era advancements? After attending a 3-week boot … Continue reading The T-shaped Lawyer Experience Through the Lens of IFLP
In May 2018, Justice Minister, Jody Wilson-Raybould introduced a Bill to amend the Divorce Act. This is the first set … Continue reading The Divorce Act is Being Amended: What it Means to You
A few weeks ago, Osgoode Hall Law School hosted Osgoode’s Internationally Trained Lawyers Day (OITLD) to showcase the strength of … Continue reading How Diversity is a Strength in Law
Law schools in the early twenty-first century are under many pressures that did not exist half a century ago. Law … Continue reading The Three Possible Futures of Law School
The tremendous growth of global information and communication technologies has resulted in personal data being collected and commercialized. This, along … Continue reading Why Privacy and Cybersecurity are More Important Than Ever
The day has finally come. OsgoodePD’s 1 Dundas Street location is closed for renovations until August 31, 2018. We’ve talked … Continue reading Breaking Ground: OsgoodePD Renovations Begin