Should Canada impose a wealth tax on its richest one per cent? One of the country’s best-known journalists and a leading tax expert will debate that question May 25 at an event celebrating the 30th anniversary of Canada’s foremost graduate program in tax law.
Osgoode Professor Shin Imai is available to discuss why Canadian lawyers are pressuring the federal government to help ensure the safety of a Guatemalan colleague TORONTO, Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018 – Canadian lawyers and international organizations are asking the Canadian and Guatemalan governments to ensure the safety of Guatemalan lawyer Rafael Maldonado in a fight […]
TORONTO, September 27, 2017 – Osgoode Hall Law School at York University today announced substantial new investments in financial accessibility to ensure that a greater number of students are able to access legal education. Following on the heels of a $1 million investment in new financial aid funding in 2015 that allowed for the creation […]
TORONTO, Monday, August 21, 2017 – This week in Thunder Bay, more than 25 Aboriginal youth from across the province will gather to develop ideas for technology solutions that aim to improve youth access to justice in their communities in a way that is reflective of Aboriginal experiences and responsive to Aboriginal traditions. Funded by […]