Welcome - Laskin Moot LAWS 2039   Laskin Moot
The Laskin is Canada's national bilingual constitutional andadministrative law moot court competition. It takes place in late February or early March each year at a different host faculty in Canada. Preparation of a factum is required in advance of the moot. One team member must be capable of mooting in French but other team members need not be bilingual. The course is open to third year students, and participants are generally selected either following a 'moot-off' competition conducted by the Moot Court Committee or by the faculty member coaching the moot. Please note students may take only one competitive moot during their degree.
NOTES: Assessment Method: Research and factum, as well as oral advocacy. Participation in the class satisfies the major paper writing requirement, if the student wishes to count the moot as a major paper.
COREQUISITES: Constitutional Law
PREREQUISITES: Administrative Law