Experiential Education, Osgoode Hall Law School


Growing out of Osgoode’s plans for the broadening and deepening of experiential education opportunities, so that all students will include a significant EE component as part of their degree, and building on Osgoode’s innovative initiatives in this area, including legal clinics, intensive programs, simulation-based courses and internships, the fund support the development of an Office of Experiential Education - the first of its kind at a Canadian law school - intended to serve as a catalyst for further support, including the leveraging of external resources.

Project Lead(s)

Lorne Sossin, Osgoode Hall Law School