The Moot Times is University of Calgary law school’s student-run newspaper. Since 2008, The Moot Times has offered insight into the current generation of Calgary law students. From coverage of club activities to networking tips and lifestyle articles, The Moot Times is a reflection of the Canadian law school experience, and a reflection of life at the University of Calgary's Faculty of Law.
Our team is always on the lookout for new content and contributors, or for people who love correcting the spelling mistakes and grammatical errors of their classmates. We are always open to new ideas at our monthly planning meetings, which include free beer and nachos for our contributors. If you love interviewing lawyers, ranting about your hobbies, or sharing your secret family recipes, contact us today about joining the team. Contact us today through email at or send us a message on Facebook!
The opinions and articles expressed are not those of the University of Calgary Faculty of Law. The Moot Times is an independent publication, run by students for students. Don't even think about suing us. One miscreant tried, but he missed the filing date under Defamation Act, the sucker.