Monday March 2, 2015

James D. MacNeil and Brian P. Casey, Q.C. judge Canadian National Qualifying Rounds

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Managing Partner James D. MacNeil and Lawyer Brian P. Casey, Q.C. have been asked by their peers to judge the Canadian National Qualifying Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.

The qualifying rounds are held between January and March each year in different cities all over the world. The Canadian National Qualifying Rounds are being held on March 5-7, 2015 in Halifax. Successful students from the qualifying rounds will move on to the White & Case International Rounds held in Washington, D.C. in the spring.

This competition is in its 56th year and is the largest moot court competition in the world. Participants from over 550 law schools and 80 countries compete against one another before the International Court of Justice. Only one team from every school is allowed to participate.

Best of luck to all the competitors.

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