Gale Cup Moot
Pictured is the 2014/15 team (l to r): Nathaniel Chelick, Nathaniel Day, Eduard Matei, Daniel LeBlanc, Mark Brayford QC (coach)
The Gale Cup Moot is argued in Toronto every year and is usually on a criminal constitutional program. Judges from the Supreme Court of Canada have traditionally been present to adjudicate the final arguments.
Students selected for the Gale Cup will receive 3 credit units for the "course" in either Term One or Term Two. Participation in the Gale Cup Moot straddles both terms, beginning in October with the selection of the team and receipt of the problem, culminating in the moot competition in late February or early March at Osgoode Hall Law School at York University in Toronto. The Competition is sponsored by the Canadian Bar Association.
Mark Brayford, QC, of Brayford Shapiro, is the advisor and coach of the 2015/16 Gale Cup Moot team.