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Study Abroad at Osgoode This Summer

March 8, 2022

Elisa Romano

Looking to explore a new city this summer?

Spend your summer with us and explore everything Osgoode and the city of Toronto have to offer!

Studying abroad is a great opportunity for international students who want to invest in their academic and professional futures. Not only does it open the door to better career opportunities, you’ll get the chance to experience a city consistently voted one of the best places in the world to live!

While you’re here, we’ll discover some of the great events and attractions the city has to offer.

  • Toronto Sightseeing Excursion
  • Blue Jays Game
  • Toronto Island
  • Toronto Tour of Legal Sites of Interest and Law Firm Visit
  • Niagara Falls
  • Toronto Beaches Festival
  • Shakespeare in High Park
  • Toronto Cultural Fest

This July, we’re hosting two summer programs:

Canadian Business Law and Language

Expand your professional opportunities by learning about Canadian business law and related legal terminology.

What You’ll Learn:

  • The foundations of tort and contract law as they relate to doing business with Canadians
  • How businesses are formed under Canadian law
  • The duties and rights of directors and shareholders
  • The major laws governing Canadian business operations
  • How to understand sophisticated contract language in English
  • How to draft legal and business documents in Canadian legal style

Governance Through Law

Explore important current issues involving the rule of law and its relationship with governance, rights and national economic interests.

What You’ll Learn:

  • The meaning and value of the rule of law in stable and transitional societies, along with how it applies both domestically and internationally
  • Main issues involved in translating domestic bankruptcy procedures to the sovereign context

Make the most of your summer this year! Experience a top-ranked city, while kickstarting your legal career at one of the oldest, largest and most distinguished law schools.