The Benchers of the Law Society of Upper Canada unanimously approve in principle the affiliation of the Law School with York University. York agrees to construct a new building and library and take the name ‘Osgoode Hall Law School.’ Here, the founding president of York University, Murray Ross, looks at a model of the new Osgoode, 1967.
York University Libraries, Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections, Toronto Telegram fonds, ASC01169.
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