Osgoode Hall L S York University | North York, Canada


Osgoode Hall L S York University View All Law Schools


  • Location: 4700 Keele St
  • Parent School: York University
  • Year Founded: 1885
  • Enrollment: 905

Osgoode Hall Law School Is A Law School In Toronto, Ontario. While It Was Founded By The Law Society Of Upper Canada, It Now Serves As The Faculty Of Law Of York University. It Is Named After William Osgoode, An Oxford University Graduate And Barrister Oflincoln'S Inn Who Was The First To Serve As The Chief Justice Of Upper Canada, And Then Later Lower Canada. Although It Can Trace Its Origins To The 1820S, Osgoode Hall Law School Was Officially Established On-Site In The Osgoode Hall Building, Which Still Houses The Law Society Of Upper Canada And The Court Of Appeal For Ontario, On Queen Street West In 1889. Following A Provincial Decision That Every Law School Be Affiliated With A University, Osgoode Signed An Agreement Of Affiliation" With York University In 1965 While Still Operating Out Of Osgoode Hall. Osgoode Has Been Housed At York University'S Main Campus Since 1969 (See Section Below)."