Osgoode Welcomes Distinguished Alumni from OCA

Chief Justice Tulloch sitting at a table addressing an audience. Second photo of Justice Sossin on stage addressing audience.

Osgoode had the privilege of hosting two distinguished alumni from the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Chief Justice Michael Tulloch ‘89 and former dean Justice Lorne Sossin ’92 actively engaged with students at two separate events at the Law School.

Chief Justice Michael Tulloch addressed students on the complexities of court administration. His insightful remarks provided a unique perspective on the challenges and responsibilities that come with overseeing the judicial system. His wealth of experience and his commitment to justice were inspiring the next generation of legal minds.

Justice Sossin judged the final round of the 3rd annual Con Law Moot, which was hosted by Osgoode Constitutional Law Society and Henein Hutchinson Robitaille LLP. The moot helps students develop their advocacy skills while at the same time meet like-minded peers and legal professionals.

The opportunity to connect with such accomplished alumni is inspiring to students and gives them a unique opportunity to interact with and learn from leaders in the judiciary. It also reminds them that they are part of a larger Osgoode community that extends far beyond the classroom.