Chantelle Cseh Wins 2019 Osgoode Alumni Gold Key Award

We are delighted to announce that Chantelle Cseh has been honoured with Osgoode Hall Law School’s Alumni Gold Key Award in the “One-to-Watch” category, in recognition of her exceptional achievements both as a litigator and a driver of change in the profession.

Chantelle has established herself not only as a stellar advocate but as a thought leader and contributor to the digital transformation of Ontario courtrooms. Her innovative work has helped to usher in a new era of electronic litigation in Ontario, streamlining hearings, saving costs and improving access to justice. Chantelle is also deeply committed to community service and dedicates herself to supporting the next generation of lawyers through her involvement with numerous volunteer organizations – including the Osgoode Women’s Network, the Osgoode Indigenous Students Association, the Osgoode First Generation Students Network, the Women’s Law Association of Ontario and Earth Rangers.

The One-to-Watch Award is presented annually to recent Osgoode graduates who have demonstrated exceptional professional achievements, leadership ability and notable contributions to the law school and the greater community. This year’s awards will be presented during the Dean’s Annual Alumni Reception on May 15, 2019, at Convocation Hall, Osgoode Hall.