Osgoode is a driving force in legal research.
With an impressive history of scholarship, Osgoode is regarded as one of the world’s top law faculties for excellence in research. The School is strongly connected to the legal profession, government and other law schools both nationally and internationally. With one of the largest full-time faculty complements of any Canadian law school, Osgoode is a hub of intellectual activity. Osgoode professors and students are active in taking their research out into the world. Putting this research into action often results in public policy changes, and benefits to the local and broader community.
Osgoode’s research has tremendous breadth and depth from aboriginal law and legal theory to transnational law and beyond. Our faculty and students have ambitious research goals and contribute to the diversity and pluralism of the Law School through their wide range of perspectives and experiences. Osgoode has established itself as a leader in research into the origins, nature and consequences of injustice, and is deeply committed to addressing issues of inequality, oppression and unfair treatment.
Osgoode’s Research Office provides outstanding service to faculty, students and visitors to support their research initiatives.