It is recommended that women be added to the faculty to provide female students with role models and diminish the excessively masculine atmosphere of the Law School. Judy LaMarsh ‘50 becomes a visiting Professor of Law at Osgoode. This marks the first time a woman has taught at the Law School. When this picture was taken in 1969, there were only thirty-nine female law students in a school of 579. By the end of the decade, they constitute about one-third of the student body.