, the Osgoode Hall Law School blog that tracks the Supreme Court of Canada's activities, recently announced the winners of the First Annual Ozzy Awards
"A while back, we promised we would compile a list of our top judgments from 2009 in a number of categories. And so, at the risk of diverting the nation’s attention from our top athletes at the Olympics, we present to you the First Annual Ozzy Awards (named in recognition both of our school and the fact that we’re pretty much ripping off the Oscars)."
"Due to the economy, we decided to forego the red-carpet awards gala we had planned in Roy Thomson Hall with the leading luminaries of the Canadian legal profession in attendance in their finest evening wear (maybe next year)."
There are categories for:
- Criminal Judgment of the Year
- Civil Judgment of the Year
- Charter Judgment of the Year
- Concurring Opinion of the Year
- Dissenting Opinion of the Year
- Most Disappointing Refusal of Leave
- Judge of the Year
- Judgment of the Year
Labels: awards, Supreme Court of Canada