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Awards were presented as follows: Best Written Appellant Factum Charlotte Calon & Mason Morningstar (Osgoode Hall Law School) Best Written Respondent Factum Angela Pagano & Alexis Mulvenna (University of Toronto) Highest Cumulative Points Oral Argument Charlotte Calon (Osgoode Hall Law School) 2nd Highest Cumulative Points – Oral Argument Daniel Smith (University of Toronto) Highest Cumulative Points – Overall Maude Woods, Daniel Smith, Angela Pagano & Alexis Mulvenna (University of Toronto ) 2nd Highest Cumulative Points Overall Charlotte Calon, Mason Morningstar, Umberto Cappella, Alyssa Lane, & researcher-Jennifer Black (Osgoode Hall Law School) FOR THE WALSH FAMILY LAW NEGOTIATION COMPETITION: Teams from Osgoode Hall, University of Ottawa, University of Toronto, Queen’s University, Western University and the University of Windsor competed.Awards were presented as follows: Top Students: First Place – Enje Kerikes (Western University) Second Place – Kinsey Brockie (University of Ottawa) Third Place – Sabina Burdo (University of Ottawa) Top Teams: First Place – Samantha Eisen and Sarah Sharp (University of Toronto) Second Place – Maggie Carmichael and Nicole Zavalkovsky (Queen’s University) Third Place – Shannel Diewold and Rebecca Jennings (University of Windsor) Best Negotiation Plan: Kinsey Brockie and Karla Carranza (University of Ottawa) To recognize and thank the law students for their participation in the competitions, the AFCC-O is pleased to pay the AFCC-O memberships for all the students involved.FOR THE WALSH FAMILY LAW MOOT COMPETITION: Students from six Ontario law schools prepared facta and argued the appeal of an interesting family law case.Teams from Osgoode Hall, University of Toronto, University of Ottawa, Queen’s University, Western University, and the University of Windsor competed.

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"'It took two weeks for him to call me back, and I thought for sure he was playing for a different team, if you know what I'm saying," she said.

Participating law schools and winning teams are recognized in the AFCC-O newsletters and on our website.

Winning team participants are also listed on our website. If you are interested in participating in our Appellate Moot, please download our Walsh Family Law Moot Rules and Regulations: Walsh Family Law Moot Details & Rules Co-Chairs: Elizabeth Hyde, Tami Moscoe, and Jennifer Suzor Committee Members: Justice Heather Mc Gee, Justice Jennifer Mac Kinnon, Justice Gerri Lynn Wong, Brian Burke, Susan Jack, and Mary-Anne Popescu.

While the Family Law Moot allowed law students to practise their advocacy skills in an appellate context, the Negotiation Competition allowed them to apply their dispute resolution skills to a realistic and compelling parenting dispute.

This was the second year that the two competitions were brought together, and it allowed participants to experience the full spectrum of services provided to family law litigants in one fabulous weekend!