Queen's wins Canada's first environmental law moot
The Queen’s Law team returned to Kingston from the inaugural Willms & Shier Environmental Law Moot hoisting the first-place trophy. They defeated a total of eight teams from law schools across the country, competing in Canada’s first national environmental moot, held at Osgoode Hall in Toronto.
Supreme Court of Canada Justice Thomas Cromwell (second from right), Law '76, Chief Moot Judge, poses with Queen's Law team members Patrick Stratton, Law '11, Sean Miller, Law '11, and Steve Ronan, Law '12, as they accept the first-place trophy for the Willms & Shier Environmental Law Moot.
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