Collection Development Policy
Osgoode Hall Law School Library’s collection development policy emphasizes both existing and developing areas of topical and material strengths in its collection. It also establishes a significant role for digital resources and is reflective of our current understanding of the balance between print and digital in contemporary Canadian law. Though the policy is a only a general guide to our practices, we hope that sharing it will contribute to a better understanding of our collections and of our role as a resource for all Canadians. We invite comment and hope it contributes to our own better sense of how to develop our collections in the future. The current policy was last updated in February, 2019. The current collection development policy for special collections was last updated in March, 2017.
Recommendations for Purchase
Please contact the library for all purchase recommendations. The library will review, but cannot guarantee the approval of, all requests. The decision to approve is informed in part by the collection development policies above and other considerations. For approved requests, please let us know if you would like to be informed when the item is