Fox Intellectual Property Moot

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The Fox Moot, named after famed Canadian intellectual property lawyer, Harold G. Fox, was established in 2009 as the first national moot competition devoted exclusively to intellectual property law. Its goal is to promote the furtherance of education in the intellectual property field, and to provide participants with the opportunity to interact with jurists of the Supreme, Ontario, and Federal Courts and experienced practitioners of intellectual property law.

The competition, which takes place in Toronto, takes the form of an appeal of an intellectual property case to a fictitious appellate court of last resort.