Ignat Kaneff Building - Osgoode Hall Law School

Local nameIgnat Kaneff Building - Osgoode Hall Law School
LocationHumber River—Black Creek, Toronto, Canada

Osgoode Hall Law School, commonly shortened to Osgoode, is the law school of York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The school was originally founded by the Law Society of Upper Canada, and named for William Osgoode, an Oxford University graduate and barrister of Lincoln's Inn who was the first to serve as the Chief Justice of Upper Canada. The school signed an agreement of affiliation with York University in 1965 following a decision by the provincial government requiring all law schools to be affiliated with a university.

It was originally located at Osgoode Hall in downtown Toronto, which also houses the headquarters of the Law Society, and relocated to York University's Keele Campus in 1969.The law school is home to the Law Commission of Ontario and the Osgoode Hall Law Journal. Osgoode also hosts Professional Development Programs which are located in downtown Toronto at 1 Dundas St. near the original Osgoode Hall building.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osgoode_Hall_Law_School

Official Website https://www.osgoode.yorku.ca/

Coordinates 43°46'14.696" N -79°30'16.312" E

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