Osgoode Hall Law School celebrates its centennial. Dianne Martin ‘76 joins the Osgoode faculty. Three justices of the Supreme Court of the Soviet Union visit and sit in on Trial Practice class, where they participate in a half-hour mock trial. An Ad Hoc Committee on Race Relations is established by Faculty Council to gather information about overt and systemic forms of discrimination within the Law School. The third annual Barbara Betcherman Memorial Lecture hosts Canadian author Margaret Atwood, in keeping with its mission to develop and promote ideas about women and the law.
Margaret Atwood, Dean MacPherson, and the Betchermans. David Seed for the Obiter Dicta, January 16, 1989, pg.1.
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