The Law Society of Upper Canada forms the Special Committee on Wartime Educational Services. As a result, Osgoode Hall becomes one of the sponsors of an informal Commonwealth law school in overseas prison camps. Captain J.R. Turnbull (first-year student), from Windsor, and W.L. McGregor (second-year student), write their law exams as a prisoner-of-war, proving that barring death, no one can escape finals.
Recruitment poster, National Film Board of Canada, 1940. Courtesy of the Toronto Reference Library, Baldwin Room, 1939-45, Home front, Item 9.
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