Building Tradition

Herbert Allan Borden Leal is appointed Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School. The first issue of the Osgoode Hall Law School Journal is published. This year also marks the end of the concurrent/part-time system (a combination of lectures and office work) in favor of a full-time law program. Finally, an official coat of arms is created, representing the Law School’s foundations. Leonard Braithwaite graduates. As President of the Legal and Literary Society, here is his mid-term report in the Spring 1958 issue of the Obiter Dicta, pg. 7.