Osgoode Hall

Osgoode Hall

Landmark · Toronto, Ontario


Osgoode Hall is a landmark building in downtown Toronto, the capital of Ontario in Canada. The original  2 ⁄2-storey building was started in 1829 and finished in 1832 from a design by John Ewart and W. W. Baldwin. The structure was named after William Osgoode, the first Chief Justice of Upper Canada. It originally served to house the regulatory body for lawyers in Ontario along with its law school which was the only recognized professional law school for the province at the time.

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