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Team Osgoode

Team Osgoode was represented by Nikki Peterson and Emelia Baack from the Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, in Toronto, Ontario. Thank you to Saxe Law Office for sponsoring Team Osgoode.

West Coast congratulates Team Osgoode - sponsored by Saxe Law - for winning the Twitter Moot and becoming the world's first Twitter Moot Champions!!!

Nikki grew up in Vancouver and now lives in Toronto where she is studying at Osgoode Hall Law School. Nikki is participating in the Osgoode Aboriginal Clinical Intensive Program as a 2012 intern at West Coast Environmental Law.

Follow Nikki on Twitter at @nikkikpetersen.

 

 

 

Emelia Baack - Emelia moved all around the world growing up, and is currently studying law at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto.  Prior to attending law school she helped run a homeless shelter for families.

Follow Emelia on Twitter at @emeeelou.

 

Team Osgoode represented the West Moberly First Nations in the moot.  Read their Factum (written argument), and view the Google Map that they created as part of their submissions.  


View WMFN Treaty Rights and Caribou Impact in a larger map

Where’s Osgoode? Click here to Google Map it.

See how they tweeted their case on West Coast's Twitter Feed

If you're glad to see that Team Osgoode participated in the world’s first-ever Twitter Moot, take a moment to make a donation to support the event, so that we can hold these for years to come.