McGill University Law School
Mooting and Clinical ProgramsThe Faculty of Law also offers many experiential learning opportunities, many for course credit, through which students may develop and hone their practical skills, particularly their respective advocacy, argumentative, and lawyering abilities. Such occasions for practical learning includes participating in competitive mooting, clerkships, internships, McGill Health Law Publication, McGill International Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy, McGill Law Journal, McGill Legal Information Clinic, and Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC). Among the unique practical learning opportunities is the 'radically different Shakespeare Moot Court Project' in which 'students from Law and graduate students from English team up to argue cases in the "Court of Shakespeare" where the sole Institutes, Codex, and Digest, is comprised by the plays of William Shakespeare.'
Competitive Mooting Program
McGill Legal Information Clinic (for-credit program)
McGill Shakespeare Moot Court
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