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About Omar Ha-Redeye

Omar Ha-Redeye is a Toronto lawyer and applied legal academic. He holds an LLM in Health Law from Osgoode Hall Law School, with coursework in Advanced Trial Advocacy.

Omar has a background in civil litigation, and operates out of Fleet Street Law, an incubator in Toronto for new and young law firms. He teaches law at Ryerson University, George Brown College, Seneca College and Centennial College.

Omar is actively involved in the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) and the Ontario Bar Association (OBA). He has sat on the OBA Board of Directors, and maintains a seat on Council for several consecutive years. He sits on the Editorial Board of the CBA's National Magazine, and is frequently interviewed by the media on legal issues.

Omar was named in 2011 one of the top 12 social media influencers practicing law in Canada. In 2012, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for promoting access to justice and advocacy on behalf of marginalized and discriminated populations. In 2015, he was awarded the OBA Foundation Award for exceptional contributions to improving the justice system and public legal education. In 2017, Omar received the Ted Rogers School of Management Teaching Award for Contract Lecturers at Ryerson University.

Posts by Omar Ha-Redeye

LexisNexis PCLaw Practice Suite

Justice Brian Corrin Cleared of Charges

Articling Crisis in the Headlines

Costs Award in Baglow v. Smith

CBC: Auto Insurance One Year Later

Chinese Commercial Law – in English

Open Court Principle Does Not Apply to EDs

IRPP: No National Securities Regulator Needed

The Future of Articling in Ontario

ACCLO Tips and Tricks From the Trade

Google Plus: One Network to Rule Them All

Moment of Silence

Is a Carjacking an Automobile Accident?

Next Chapter in Law Buzz Litigation

The Best in Digital Marketing

The Bully at School Goes High Tech – Part 1

Using Social Media to Reduce Crime Risk

Bogus Car Insurance Scams Revealed

Caledonia Class-Action Settlement

Pride 2011

UofO Law Prof Sues for Libel