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Osgoode hires Dan Priel from Warwick and Ben Berger from UVic

Posted by Fran├žois Tanguay-Renaud in Uncategorized

Osgoode Hall’s Dean Lorne Sossin announced on 4 April, 2011 that the law school had hired two new young leading legal theorists to supplement its already strong team of legal philosophers.

OLPP is very happy to welcome Dan Priel (from the University of Warwick – general jurisprudence, tort theory) and Benjamin Berger (from the University of Victoria – law, liberalism, and religion, constitutional and criminal law theory) in its ranks.

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