John Cleland Hamilton writes Osgoode Hall: Reminiscences of the Bench and Bar and makes the suggestion that legal education should be turned over to University of Toronto. The Canadian Law Review describes Osgoode as a ‘splendid institution’ but proposed its affiliation with the University, since ‘the Law Society cannot expect to compete for any length of time with a provincial university.’
Courtesy of the Osgoode Hall Law Library Special Collections, F 1059 T68 H17.
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