Advocacy, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution

TRU Law offers advocacy and dispute resolution skill-building opportunities through a variety of mediums including courses, student driven opportunities, and moots.

  • Moots for Credit

    • BC Law Schools Competitive Moot
    • Davies Corporate/Securities Moot
    • Immigration, Refugee, and Citizenship Moot
    • Jessup International Law Moot
    • Kawaskimhon Moot
    • MacIntyre Cup
    • Wilson Moot

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  • Moots Not for Credit

    • Environmental Law Group Negotiation Competition
    • Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada
    • TRU Law Oral Advocacy Club
    • Sports Negotiation

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  • Advocacy in the Classroom

    • FLS Moot
    • Fundamental Legal Skills
    • Dispute Resolution 3
    • Advanced Advocacy
    • Civil Procedure
    • Civil Liberties and the Charter

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Moot News

Inaugural Law alum on defining success

Inaugural Law alum, Chrystie Stewart talks about how her education paved the way for a successful career. Read more.

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TRU Law goes global in challenging moot

TRU Law’s Jessup International Moot team won National Round Memorial and Oralist Awards in the historically difficult competition.

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TRU Law wins in remote moot season

TRU Law competed in seven regional and national competitions. From awards, to important lessons, here are the highlights from the students who stepped up on the competitive moot teams.