Sossin’s Law Blog
“Sossin’s Law Blog” is a place where Professor Lorne Sossin draw readers attention to topics that affect Osgoode, our students and the broader legal and academic community.
Institute for Feminist Legal Studies at Osgoode (IFLS)
The IFLS blog was launched in August 2010 as part of the institute’s effort to fulfill their mandate of “building a community of interest” amongst feminist legal scholars at Osgoode and beyond. The blog aims at that mental space in which connections are
made, between people and between ideas – the space where idea generation
IPilogue (IP Osgoode Blog)
IP Osgoode at Osgoode Hall Law School is a new, independent and authoritative voice which explores legal governance issues at the intersection of intellectual property (IP) and technology.
The LAC blog is devoted to the exploration of the intersection of law and the arts—literature, music, theatre, film, visual art and more. Contributors include Osgoode Hall Law School professors, students, and alumni, and occasional guest bloggers.
The OsgoodePD Blog
The OsgoodePD Blog covers current topics in legal education and professional development for legal practitioners, leaders and professionals.
The Court is a site where scholars, practitioners and other interested citizens can discuss the recent work of the Supreme Court of Canada.