Jays v. Orioles Giveaway!

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It’s not an obscure yet interesting case law that you missed.

We’re talking about the game on Sept. 16, 2007 at 1 p.m. at the Rogers Center in Toronto.

You could be going free, compliments of the Law is Cool website.

What do I need to do?

We know that you’re reading our site. But we don’t know exactly who you are.

So to get your participation, we’re asking you to answer a simple (or perhaps not so simple) question:

What are the major differences between tort law and criminal law?

Send your written or audio comment to admin@lawiscool.com by Sept. 8, 2007.

The most complete and precise answers will be placed under consideration for free tickets to the game.

Who is eligble?

Although we have readers from all backgrounds, we are looking for responses from first-year (incoming) law students at any accredited Canadian institution.

Winners must also be willing to pick up the tickets at a location in the GTA, to be specified.

Applicants are advised that their submissions may be duplicated on this site and identified by name.

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