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ABORIGINAL LAW SPEAKER SERIES

MOOT TRIUMPHS

The Indigenous Law Students’ Association’s 16th annual Aboriginal Law Speaker Series focused on “Indigenous Law: Theory and Practice” and the notion of Canada as a “multi-jural” state. Speakers of note included Joyce Tekahnawiiaks King, director of justice at the Akwesasne Court in Ontario, Métis author Maria Campbell and researcher and recently appointed UAlberta Law assistant professor Darcy Lindberg.

2018 will go down in UAlberta Law history as a momentous year for the Faculty’s competitive moot program. UAlberta Law teams captured first-place trophies at three national moots (Gale Cup, Wilson Moot and Bowman Tax Moot) and two provincial moots (Bennett Jones Health Law Moot and Alberta Court of Appeal Moot), while also placing fifth internationally at the Oxford International IP Moot. UAlberta Law also hosted the Canadian Client Consultation Competition, presided over by Alberta Court of Queen's Bench Chief Justice Mary Moreau, '79 LLB.

APRIL 2018

Mark Your Calendar SEPTEMBER 4 TO 7: Orientation Week SEPTEMBER 21 TO 24: Alumni Weekend SEPTEMBER 24: 2018 Alumni Awards Ceremony

WELCOME CLASS OF 2021 A record 240 admited students and guests of the class of 2021 had an opportunity to walk the halls of UAlberta Law at the 2018 Dean’s Welcome. Speakers included Dean Paul Paton, 2017 class valedictorian Brandyn Rodgerson, Law Students’ Association President Robert Marquette, moot program representative Heather Cave and Women’s Law Forum co-chair Emma Banfield.

OCTOBER 2: Commercial Law Symposium

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