Osgoode JD students William Onyeaju ’20 (left) and Cole Bricker ’18 pose with their National Championships trophy in the Law School’s Gowlings Hall.
The pair represented Osgoode at the Canadian National Debate Championships held March 16 to 18, 2018 at Queen’s University, competing against schools such as the University of Toronto, McGill University, the University of Alberta and Western University.
The Osgoode team debated a wide variety of subjects relating to civil liability in the opiate crisis, historical black colleges and universities, electoral reform’s relationship with voter enthusiasm, and the future orientation of Canadian university debate.
Ottawa-born William Tochi Onyeaju graduated from Carleton University with a B.A. Honours, with major in Law and minor in Political Science before moving to Toronto for his law degree.
Source: Osgood Hall Law School