Friday, March 6, 2020

U of T law students Lilly Gates, Adrian Ling, Keely Kinley and William Rooney at the Ontario Court of Appeal (Osgoode Hall)

U of T law students Lilly Gates, Adrian Ling, Keely Kinley and William Rooney at the Ontario Court of Appeal (Osgoode Hall).

The Callaghan Memorial Moot, named in memory of former Chief Justice of the Ontario Court (General Division), Frank W. Callaghan, is a University of Toronto Faculty of Law moot for 16 students on a topic in the area of criminal or constitutional law. 

The moot addressed criminal/constitutional questions, namely whether an unlawful detention occurred pursuant to section 9 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and whether evidence should be admitted pursuant to section 24(2) of the Charter.

Best appellants were second-year law students Lilly Gates and Adrian Ling, and Keely Kinley and William Rooney won best respondents.

The team was coached by former Callaghan mooters John Aziz and Omar Said, both third-year law students and alumnus, Jake Millns.