The LPP: Not What We Bargained for

In these pages lies Student Caucus (SC)’s response to the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC)’s Pathways Report on the future of articling.  It is a commendable and articulate effort, to be sure, especially in view of a rather tight deadline, which the response notes.  But alas! I’ve been forgotten again.

Osgoode Then and Now

LORNE SOSSIN <Dean> When we embarked on the Osgoode History and Archives Project (OHAP) in 2010, we wanted to focus on telling our stories as an Osgoode community. This project includes infusing those stories in the new Ignat Kaneff building (for example, through the Osgoode Then and Now niche in Gowlings Hall), in digital form …

Sizing Up Our Predecessors

You know that scene in Love Actually when Hugh Grant, playing the British Prime Minister, wonders aloud at the portrait of Thatcher on the wall if she had the same problems as he?  Well, we’ve been poring over the back issues of the Obiter from as far back as 1970 and wondering the same thing.  …