Osgoode team represents Canada at the 2013 Commonwealth Moot

Osgoode Hall Law School is representing Canada at the 2013 Commonwealth Moot. This invitation-only moot involves the best teams from different regions of the Commonwealth. Osgoode Juris Doctor students Phi Nguyen, Lara Kinkartz, Ian Perry and Chris Kinnear Hunter will compete this week in Cape Town, South Africa.

OsgoodeteamGaleCupWinning imageOsgoode Gale Cup team: From left, Phi Nguyen, Lara Kinkartz, Ian Perry and Chris Kinnear Hunter. Photo: Ryan Emberley

Earlier this year, the Osgoode team participated in The Gale Cup, Canada’s premier national, bilingual, constitutional law mooting competition. They took first place, winning them the opportunity to advance to the Commonwealth Moot.

“This is a tremendous accomplishment and we are very proud,” said Osgoode Hall Law School Dean Lorne Sossin. “The Commonwealth Moot promises to be a thrilling event as our students go head-to-head with the best of the best. It’s bound to be a fantastic learning experience.”

With the support of the American College of Trial Lawyers, Canadian Foundation, Lenczner Slaght and Osgoode Hall Law School, the Osgoode team began competition on Sunday, April 14.