At Windsor Law, experiential learning is a key component of your legal education. The Windsor Law Advocacy and Mooting Program (AMP) gives students the opportunity to engage in a wide variety of advocacy competitions, including mooting (appellate advocacy), mock trial competitions, mock mediation, client counselling and negotiation competitions, and Indigenous forms of dispute resolution. Windsor Law competes in approximately 10-15 competitions each year.
Professor Jasminka Kalajdzic is the Director of AMP and the academic lead for upper-year competitive advocacy and mooting. For information about the application process, workshops, or specific competitions, please contact Prof. Kalajdzic directly. For any questions about travel, registering for academic credit, or logistical support, contact the General Office.