Previous winners2016Congratulations to the University of Toronto! Winner of the Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot 2016 The University of Toronto is the overall winner of the Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot 2016. Team members included Solange Davis-Ramlochan and Sarah Rostom who competed successfully against 5 other participating law schools. The preliminary rounds took place in Toronto on February 12 and 13, 2016 and the final moot between the top two teams from the University of Toronto and the University of Ottawa was held on Saturday afternoon. Results: The prize for best factum was awarded to Bethany McKoy and Hannah Shaikh from Osgoode Hall Law School.The prize for best oralist was awarded to Sarah Rostom from the University of Toronto. 2015Congratulations to the University of Toronto! Winner of the Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot 2015 Problem: The moot was based on Peart v Ontario (Community Safety and Correctional Services), which involved an allegation that the Coroners Act discriminated against migrant agricultural workers by denying them the benefit of a mandatory inquest into workplace deaths, which currently is extended to workers in the mining and construction industries. Results: The moot team representing the University of Toronto Faculty of Law were named winners of the 2015 Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot. Maya Bielinski was named best oralist, and Maya Bielinski and Andrew Ngo were also named best appellant team.