Clinical Learning » Mooting Program

Through participation in Moot competitions, our law students develop real world advocacy skills and challenge themselves to strive for excellence in adversarial settings. Mooting is an excellent forum for students to develop proficiency in oral arguments, written facta, public speaking, and extemporaneous debate, while making connections with scholars, judges, and legal professionals from schools and cities throughout the country.

Each year, Robson Hall has the option to participate in as many as ten moot competitions hosted across Canada. Students try out for a spot on one of the moot teams through required classes, auditions and internal trials/competitions. The Moot committee then assigns students as appropriate to the different teams. Our students are recognized for their competitive spirit, oral advocacy and outstanding performances.

General Info: Moots & Competitions