March 2013: How many law students does it take to change a lightbulb?

March 20, 2013
March 2013: How many law students does it take to change a lightbulb?

The March issue of the Moot Times is here, with the long awaited “Projector-gate” story. We break this one like a piggy bank, folks. You can thank us later. Read it here.

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February 2013 – Labour Moot, Upcoming Races, Workout Tips

February 19, 2013
February 2013 – Labour Moot, Upcoming Races, Workout Tips

Be excited: the February 2013 Moot Times is available here. This month, we’ve got great articles from legendary UofC Law writers Dana Martin, Dan McPherson, among others. Enjoy.

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January 2013 – Welcome Back

January 15, 2013
January 2013 – Welcome Back

The January Moot Times is available here. Enjoy!

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What are you doing over winter break?

December 16, 2012
What are you doing over winter break?

  This season, we thought we’d turn your thoughts to the more pleasant things to come than exams. Two whole (much needed) weeks off! Well, unless you are preparing for trials or doing the Jessup. Either way, there will no doubt be a few things for us all to look forward to this holiday...

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November: Procrastination, consternation, examination

November 19, 2012

The November Moot Times is here, ready for action. Check out the latest article from Dana Martin about exam prep, Juliana Tam’s two page article on procrastination, and of course, photos from the Halloween Howler. We know that’s why you’re into the paper anyway.

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October: Recruitment and hiring issue

October 2, 2012

This year’s recruitment and hiring issue contains interview tips, as well as an article on working in Yellowknife, and an article from REAL about rural employment opportunities. You can read it here. If you’re looking for more, last year’s hiring and recruitment issue is available here.

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