Donald G. Bowman Tax Moot

The Donald G. Bowman National Tax Moot is the only Canadian mooting competition devoted to tax law. It is organized annually by a distinguished executive committee, consisting of prominent judges, practitioners, and academics from the field of tax law. The competition takes the form of an appeal of a tax law problem to a fictitious appellate court of last resort.  Please click here for more information.

What You Need to Know

  • This is a tax law moot
  • The moot takes place in Toronto in the Winter term

Teams

  • The team is comprised of four oralists and one researcher
  • Interested students should apply through the upper year consolidated mooting tryouts

Credits/Courses

  • Team members receive three graded credits for their participation, which will be applied in the Winter term
  • Team members are required to enroll in the Appellate Advocacy Workshop and will receive two credits for their participation, which will be applied in the Fall term
  • Team members of the Bowman National Tax team are expected to have completed, or be enrolled in Taxation Law by the Fall of the year they compete
  • Advanced taxation courses and seminars are an asset