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One more Moot Win!

Students Jessica Clement and Jessie Gomberg with Donna D'Andrea and Rachelle Pollard at Hicks MorleyStudents Jessica Clement and Jessie Gomberg with Donna D'Andrea and Rachelle Pollard at Hicks Morley

Congratulations Jessica Clement and Jessie Gomberg on winning the 2017 Hicks Morley Cup!

The students were thrilled with the experience and say Hicks Morley put on a great day for them that was collegial and friendly. 

The final rounds of the annual Hicks Morley Cup Moot are held in the Toronto offices of Hicks Morley. The event provides an opportunity for students from Ontario law schools to litigate current legal issues of significance in the areas of human resource law and administrative law. 

Moot Success!

Adam Fucile and Joseph Tung at the National LawMeet CompetitionAdam Fucile and Joseph Tung at the National LawMeet Competition

Congratulations to the Dual JD Team of 3Ls, Adam Fucile and Joseph Tung, who placed first in the Regional LawMeet in Chicago in February, earning them the right to compete in the National competition where they earned second place, outperforming 82 teams from law schools across the U.S. and Canada.

Another Moot Win!

2017 OTLA Cup Presented to Windsor Law Students2017 OTLA Cup Presented to Windsor Law Students Tararah Etemadi, Noah Haynes, Adam Lawson

Congratulations to Noah Haynes, Adam Lawson and Tararah Etemadi and their coaches Francine Herlehy and Monica Pathak on their hard work and dedication that resulted in their 2017 OTLA Cup win.

Special congrats to Adam Lawson for winning best overall advocate.

 

Advocacy Accolades

At Windsor Law, experiential learning is a key component of legal education. 

The 2017/2018 advocacy season began with the BLG/Cavalluzzo Hayes Labour and Employment Law Oral Advocacy Competition in October where students Angela Zhu (2L) and Teddy Weinstein (3L), along with their coach Kendal McKinney ‘00, won first place and brought home the Kitchen Cup. In addition to winning the Cup, Weinstein was also recognized as Top Oralist. 

44th Annual Zuber Moot

Judges and finalists at the 44th Annual Zuber Moot

(Left: Brittany Rizzo, Paris Wildman Sisk, Justice Lois Roberts, Justice Renee Pomerance, Justice Lloyd Dean Alona Semichenko and Ivan Lazarov)

Windsor Law students competed in the 44th Annual Zuber Moot this week.

The Zuber Moot provides Windsor Law students with an opportunity to moot competitively and to practice their oral advocacy skills.

Moot Success!

Wilson Moot Team Ryan Stern, Madalyn Bavaro, Michael Hodgins, Professor Donna Eansor, Shelby Morrison and David RagniWilson Moot Team Ryan Stern, Madalyn Bavaro, Michael Hodgins, Professor Donna Eansor, Shelby Morrison and David Ragni

Congratulations to the team and especially to Shelby Morrison, 3rd place Top Oralist. 

Cross Border Advocacy

Dual JD Moot Team: Amanda Iarusso, Kourtney Pratt and Allison KruegerDual JD Moot Team: Amanda Iarusso, Kourtney Pratt and Allison Krueger

Two 3L Dual JD students and one JD take advantage of advocacy competitions on both sides of the border. 

Students Shine!

Anjali Rajan, Prof Sara Wharton, Caroline Stacey, and Shane Miles at the ICC Moot in The HagueAnjali Rajan, Prof Sara Wharton, Caroline Stacey, and Shane Miles at the ICC Moot in The Hague

Three Windsor Law students in The Hague to participate in the International Criminal Court Moot.