All Osgoode entrants now must have a bachelor’s degree. Despite the more rigorous admission requirements, classes will double in size by 1960. Three years later, the Society announces a $1.3 million investment to expand the Law School to accommodate these larger classes. Dean Smalley-Baker takes to naming each entering class. The class of 1954 were the “Pioneer Guards.”
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