Osgoode Hall Law School
Studying at Osgoode Hall Law School will prepare you with the solid, valued credentials necessary for a successful and rewarding career in the field of law.
Canada's largest law school, Osgoode Hall is located within York University, Osgoode has an internationally renowned full-time faculty and many talented adjunct faculty members primarily drawn from the Toronto Bar.
Few law schools in the commonwealth can compare to Osgoode's faculty in terms of the quality of our research and the influence that research has on the directions taken by the law, by public policy and by legal scholarship. In addition, the law library is the largest in Canada; a superior resource for students and faculty alike.
Being located in the city of Toronto, the student body and faculty are both culturally and ethnically diverse. Osgoode student societies and associations offer opportunities to make Canadian and international relationships while studying. Also, internationals students are privy to all that Canada's economic hub has to offer.
York University also has an international focus. Courses and lectures focus on being a lawyer in a global context rather than local. Students are encouraged to take part in scholarly exchanges both in Toronto and abroad.