Each year, our conference is centered on a theme pertaining to a particular type of law. This year's theme is Environmental Law. The one-day event will consist of an engaging speaker panel, an informative workshop led by post-secondary mentors, and a mock trial judged by practicing lawyers.


Our annual conference will take place on Saturday, May 28, 2022 from 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM. 


The event will be held virtually on the video conferencing platform, Zoom, and is

open to high school and university students across Canada. 


Through participation in our event, students stand to build their professional network by connecting with industry professionals, community leaders, and other like-minded students, all while gaining the necessary confidence and knowledge to pursue their future careers.

If you would like to attend, please fill out the form below.

Application Deadline: Tuesday, May 20, 2022 at 11:59 PM

Conference Application Form

The conference is separated into three parts: the speaker panel, the general workshop, and the mock trial. Due to the limited amount of spots in the mock trial, only a select number of conference participants will be able to compete. Would you like to apply to participate in the mock trial?

What is your mock trial experience? Only answer this question if you checked off "Yes" to participating in the mock trial.

Indicate your top 2 roles. Only answer this question if you checked off "Yes" to participating in the mock trial.

Why do you want to attend our conference? What skills are you looking to develop from your participation? (150 words max) *

List the extracurriculars you are involved in and breifly explain your role. (250 words max) *

Thanks for submitting, we will contact you shortly after the application deadline!


Applications for our 2021 team are now CLOSED. 

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Ambassadors are responsible for promoting AOT’s initiatives within their high school community, introducing other youth to opportunities within the world of law, politics, and business.


Applications for our 2021-2022 Ambassador Program are now CLOSED



Mentors will be responsible for advising students about what is involved in the mock trial process and providing them with feedback regarding their performance. We are seeking mentors pursuing an undergraduate, graduate or other related post-secondary programs with experience in mooting, debates or mock trials. Experience with public speaking is also required.


If you meet our criteria and would like to contribute to our initiative, please fill out the application that will be released closer to the conference date. Mentor applications are now CLOSED.

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