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Paralegal Honour Grad Accepted into Faculty of Law at Ryerson University

Bachelor of Paralegal Studies alumnus Tudor Gagea was accepted for admission to the inaugural class of Ryerson University's Faculty of Law. At Ryerson Law, Tudor will be participating in the Canadian Client Consulting Competition in March, which provides his team with an opportunity to proceed to the international stage. Tudor is also helping to organize the first internal mooting competition for first-year Ryerson Law students to develop their oral advocacy skills.

As a graduate from the degree program in 2019, Tudor recieved an outstanding program GPA of 95.1%. He was active in student government and represented Humber in several national mooting competitions. This culminated in the success of Tudor and his mooting partner, Daniel Pallag, reaching the semi-finals of the 2019 Osgoode Cup hosted by Osgoode Hall Law School. Additionally, Tudor was awarded the Top Oralist Award based on over 200 mooting participants at the Osgoode Cup.

Tudor has indicated that his experience in the Paralegal Studies degree program has provided a strong foundation for his law school studies, particularly in the area of administrative law, and the rules of natural justice.

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