Last blog added on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

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"The Moot Times is University of Calgary law school’s student-run newspaper. Since 2008, The Moot Times has offered insight into the current generation of Calgary law students. From coverage of club activities to networking tips and lifestyle articles, The Moot Times is a reflection of the experience at University of Calgary law."

Recent Posts

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  • PAW WAR FINAL ROUND!

    Check out these adorable photos and vote below for the cutest pet of UCalgaryLaw! LUNA PIA Read more »

  • Justice Alice Woolley on Leaving for the Bench and Advice for Students

    BY: Scott Carriere This past November, then-Professor Alice Woolley was appointed to the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench. For a great many of us, Woolley was our first instructor in law school, and mentor to many more. Her lectures were always challenging and thought-provoking, and more often than no … Read more »

  • PAW WARS SEMI-FINALS

    Have you had a chance to read each candidate’s platform yet? Take a look and vote below! U CALGARY PAW WAR SEMI-FINAL CONTESTANTS Read more »

  • Sumo: The Big League of Combat Sports

    by Liam Walmsley Are you a fan of the UFC? Perhaps you enjoy watching the heavyweights throw haymakers and progressively worsen their own cases of CTE. The truth though, is that these men are tiny. Practically children in the greater scheme of combat sports. The true heavy weights square off every m … Read more »

  • World Indigenous Law Conference Recap

    Written by Rebecca Blain Last semester four students—Rebecca Blain, Matt Hammer, Amelia Crowshoe, and Nafisa Abdul-Razak—attended the World Indigenous Law Conference in Windsor ON, land of the Three Fires Confederacy, and home to the Ojibwa, Odawa, and Potawatomi. We were able to do this with the su … Read more »