Osgoode ranked first for faculty quality and national reach

Maclean’s magazine has ranked York’s Osgoode Hall Law School as Canada’s leading law school for faculty quality (based on citations of faculty scholarship in HeinOnline) and for national reach (the extent to which leading firms outside a law school’s region hire its graduates).

In Maclean’s  fourth annual survey of Canadian law schools, Osgoode is ranked second overall among common law schools, with the University of Toronto in the top spot and McGill in third position.

In last year’s Maclean’s survey, Osgoode tied with McGill for second overall. The survey is available here.