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SCC Mock Trial Team Learning from the Best

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From left to right, grade 12 Law students Kyla MacKenzie, Kassandra Kasaboski, Emily Herbert and Peter Schinko get coaching on how to conduct themselves during legal proceedings with Honourable Patricia C. Hennessy - a judge of the Superior Court of Justice.

December 15, 2011 - Students from the St. Charles College mock trial team had the opportunity on December 14 to work with Honourable Patirica C. Hennessy, a judge of the Superior Court of Justice. SCC teacher Jaime Sauve was contacted by Hennessy's office to see if her students wanted the chance to work with Hennessy. Sauve immediately said yes as she knew that this was an amazing opportunity for her students to build on their law experience. Honourable Hennessy then visited the students to help facilitate a discussion on careers in law, as well as coach the students on how to conduct themselves professionally and courteously in court. These students were the City's Mock Trial Champions at last year's competition.

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