Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Pumpkin carvings by law students

Photos by Sara-Marni Hubbard

 

What’s Halloween around the law school without pumpkins? Today, the Faculty of Law hosted the Second Annual Pumpkin Carving contest, and as usual, our students didn’t disappoint. The winning team was a pumpkin portrait of Professor Douglas Sanderson created by his small group class (Property A) and enlisting the help of his wife too. Runners up were teams led by Serin Remedios and Maya Bielinski. The 'judge' was Interim Dean Jutta Brunnée.

Law students carving their pumpkins