1st Place Team: University of Toronto
Left to Right: Joseph Cheng, Ahmed Elahi, Gergana Angelova, the Honourable Justice Kathryn N. Feldman of the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the Honourable Justice Malcolm H. Rowe of the Supreme Court of Canada, the Honourable Justice John B. Laskin of the Federal Court of Appeal, Zoe Sebastien, Karen Chen, and Cheryl Milne.

The Wilson Moot 2020

Congratulations to the University of Toronto: Winner of the Wilson Moot 2020

The University of Toronto is the overall winner of the Wilson Moot 2020. Team members included Gergana Angelova, Karen Chen, Ahmed Elahi and Zoe Sebastien who competed successfully against 13 other participating law schools. The preliminary rounds took place in Toronto on February 21 and 22, 2020 and the final moot between the top two teams from the University of Toronto and the University of British Columbia was held on Saturday afternoon. Osgoode Hall Law School placed third in the competition.

The bench for the final round included the Honourable Justice Malcolm H. Rowe of the Supreme Court of Canada, the Honourable Justice Kathryn N. Feldman of the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Honourable Justice John B. Laskin of the Federal Court of Appeal.

The prizes for best written argument were awarded to the University of Toronto followed by the University of British Columbia and Queen’s University.

The top oralist was Brittni Tee of McGill University who was honoured with the inaugural Peter W. Hogg award. Second place went to Paige Marvel of the University of British Columbia and Heather Fregeau from Osgoode Hall Law School placed third.

Congratulations and thanks to all participants and volunteers that worked to make this year’s moot a success.

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