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Justice Innovation and Access to Justice Program


Building upon Osgoode’s current track record of experiential education and eLearning initiatives, this project is twofold. The first project will develop a Justice Innovation and Access to Justice program in partnership with three organizations affiliated with Osgoode, combining experiential education, eLearning strategies and community-based learning. With the second project, in addition to the further development of experiential opportunities, Osgoode will build upon on current eLearning opportunities through the launch of the Digital Media Fund, allowing members of the Osgoode community to apply for grants that support the development of digital and eLearning initiatives. Both projects will complement and promote the digital and experiential learning objectives embedded in the strategic pedagogical priorities of both York and Osgoode, in the spirit of promoting excellence in the classroom and beyond.

Project Lead(s)

Lorne Sossin


Osgoode Hall Law School

Funding Priority

Experiential Education