Omar Ha-Redeye was a judge in the 2013 Niagara Moot. This year the competition focused on
The Niagara Moot is hosted by the Canada-United States Law Institute (CUSLI), which is a joint initiative between Western Law in London, Ontario and Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio. Moot rounds were held this year at McCarthy Tetreault, Faskin Martineu and Cassels Brock in Toronto.
Omar Ha-Redeye prior to judging rounds in the Niagara Moot.
President Michael Sharf (center), and Members Marwa Serag (Left) and Omar Ha-Redeye (right) preside over the International Court of Justice for the Niagara Moot
Omar Ha-Redeye of Fleet Street Law, Philip Turi of Fasken Martineau, and Adam Chambers of Goodmans, all alumni of Western Law, prepare for judging rounds at Cassels Brock.
American University Washington College of Law
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Cornell University Law School
Georgetown University Law Center
Michigan State University College of Law
Queen’s University Faculty of Law
Seattle University Law School
St. Louis University School of Law
University at Buffalo Law School
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
University of Pittsburgh School of Law
University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law
University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law
University of Windsor Faculty of Law
Valparaiso University School of Law
Washington University School of Law
William Mitchell College of Law
Award for Best Advocate went to David Kocan & Brandon Wheeler, with Second Place going to Jason Urbaniak and Catherine Mariano, Third Place to Kaitlyn Faucett and Matt Vance, and Fourth Place to Kurt Kruckerberg. Complete results of the competition can be found here.
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