A national conference on the Free Trade Agreement is held at Osgoode. Osgoode student representatives take first place in the final round of the Niagara International Moot competition against the team from Dalhousie. A controversial ban limits smoking in the Law School to two designated rooms. New student groups include the Osgoode International Law Society and a Native Law Student Association. Student sports teams now include hockey, softball, touch football, inner tube water polo, broomball, and basketball. Golf, squash, and ping pong tournaments are held regularly. Here, touch football enthusiasts toss the pigskin around the front lawn of Osgoode.