canadian class action review

2018 Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize Winner Announced

Posted by irwinlaw on July 17, 2018 in awards and canadian class action review.

Harvey T. Strosberg, Q.C. and Irwin Law Inc. are pleased to announce that the winner of the 2018 Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize for the best student essay on Class Actions in Canada is Matt Malone.

Mr Malone is a recent graduate from the BCL/LLB program at McGill University’s Faculty of Law. He holds an MA from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a BA from the University of Toronto. His prize-winning paper, “Judicial Scrutiny of Third Party Litigation Funding Agreements in Canadian Class Actions,” will appear in an upcoming issue of Canadian Class Action Review. He will also receive a prize of $10,000.

Announcing the 2018 Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize Competition

Posted by irwinlaw on November 20, 2017 in canadian class action review.

November 20, 2017

Harvey T. Strosberg, Q.C., Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Class Action Review, and Irwin Law Inc. are pleased to announce the fifteenth annual Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize competition. The prize of $10,000 is awarded to an outstanding student paper on Canadian class actions.

The competition is open to all Canadian students enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or professional program. The deadline for submissions is April 9, 2018.

For more details, click here.

2017 Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize Winner Announced

Posted by irwinlaw on August 31, 2017 in awards and canadian class action review.

31 August 2017

Harvey T. Strosberg, Q.C. and Irwin Law Inc. are pleased to announce that the winner of the 2017 Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize for the best student essay on Class Actions in Canada is Madeleine Brown.

Ms. Brown received her JD from Osgoode Hall Law School in June 2017, where she received the Gurston Allen Prize in Conflict of Laws. She is currently articling at a litigation boutique in Toronto, and teaches negotiation at Osgoode as a member of the “Lawyer as Negotiator” course teaching team. 

Her prize-winning paper, “Our Ageing CPA: It’s Time for Ontario to ‘Opt-In’ to a Modern Global Class-Actions Framework,” will appear in an upcoming issue of the Canadian Class Action Review. She will also receive a prize of $10,000, and has been asked to join the judging panel for next year’s competition.

Call for Submissions for the Canadian Class Action Review

Posted by irwinlaw on August 29, 2017 in canadian class action review.

Calling all writers!

Irwin Law is now accepting submissions for our upcoming issue of The Canadian Class Action Review! Edited by Harvey T. Strosberg Q.C., The Canadian Class Action Review is the only journal in Canada focused on publishing leading edge, multidisciplinary scholarship about class actions. As with every issue, we are looking for fresh, new voices and great writing!

If you are interested in contributing, please note that your article, case comment, or book review must be submitted electronically as a Word document. The CCAR follows the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation, 8th edition. The paper should focus on issues affecting Canadian class actions (as opposed to focusing on the United States, for example). We also ask that you submit a short abstract of no more than 250 words with your paper. If you are submitting a French paper, please include an English abstract. Tables of contents for previous issues are set out here so you can ensure that your topic is not duplicative.

We look forward to receiving your submissions electronically at lsteeve@irwinlaw.com. As a condition of submission and publication, the author agrees to Irwin Law Inc.'s publishing the paper in the CCAR in print and/or electronic form.

Announcing the 2017 Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize Competition

Posted by irwinlaw on December 7, 2016 in awards and canadian class action review.

7 December 2016

Harvey T. Strosberg, Q.C., Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Class Action Review, and Irwin Law Inc. are pleased to announce the fourteenth annual Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize competition. The prize of $10,000 is awarded to an outstanding student paper on Canadian class actions.

The competition is open to all Canadian students enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or professional program. The deadline for submissions is April 3, 2017.

For more details, click here.

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