Professor Aaron Dhir is the OHLS LCO Scholar in Residence for July to December 2011. The OHLS LCO Scholar in Residence Program is supported by Osgoode Hall Law School’s providing teaching relief for the scholar.

Professor Dhir’s research as Scholar in Residence is part of a larger global project on the composition of corporate boards, specifically on the representation of women and racialized groups.  His focus as Scholar is on whether the Ontario Business Corporations Act and the Ontario Securities Act should be amended with the objective of increasing diversity on boards. The research will be part of a book length treatment of the issue.