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VIDEO: Zemans Award Winners Reflect on PCLS

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Stephanie Hobbs, Nathan Higgins & Ryan Newell are all alumni of Parkdale who have received the Fred Zemans Award in recognition of their dedication to their clients and their colleagues during their time spent at Parkdale. PCLS visited all three at Sack Goldblatt Mitchell, a fantastic firm in downtown Toronto.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 November 2011 22:34
 

PCLS-supported Workers' Action Centre launches "Stop Wage Theft" campaign

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WAC ReportParkdale Community Legal Services, and particular Community Legal Worker This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , are proud to work in partnership with with and provide support for the Workers' Action Centre's (WAC) "Stop Wage Theft" campaign, seeking to highlight everyday occurrences of low-income workers being denied pay that is owed them.

 

Last Updated on Friday, 03 June 2011 15:49 Read more...
 

2010 Zemans Award Recipient Honoured

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Each year, Parkdale Community Legal Services presents the Frederick Zemans Prize in Poverty Law to the Osgoode Law School student who delivers exceptional service for the clinic and our community. On February 23, 2011, we were pleased to present the 2010 award to Nathan Higgins.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 March 2011 20:12 Read more...
 

Happiness is a Student Field Trip to the Supreme Court of Canada

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By Justin Dharamdial ‘12

On December 8, 2010 while most Osgoode students were in the thick of exam season, five students doing their clinical placement at Parkdale Community Legal Services went on a field trip to Ottawa. Raha Bahreini ‘11, Laura Siperman ‘11, Iliana Petrovic ‘11, Sandra Dzever ‘12 and I from the immigration division at PCLS went to see our supervising lawyer, Geraldine Sadoway, argue for an intervener in the Mavi case at the Supreme Court of Canada. And Raha actually got special permission from the Chief Justice to sit with counsel Sadoway on the other side of the “bar” since she had worked on the intervener factum: the rest of us were green with envy.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 June 2015 15:15 Read more...
 


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