Jan 28, 2019
In the 1890s, a very privileged handful of students was educated at Osgoode Hall Law School, in classes run by the Law Society of Upper Canada. The school had just five members in its faculty, three of whom had law degrees. Most of the classes seem to have been taught by R.E. Kingsford and P.H. Drayton. Kingsford had an LLB degree. Drayton did not.