A Movember salute — part 2Written by Gail J. Cohen Tuesday, 04 December 2012
Congratulations to all the participants who have been instrumental in helping Canada raise mo' than any other country in the world — for the second year in a row — during the Movember campaing for prostate cancer research and men's mental health.
This year’s intake of students in McGill’s faculty of law formed a team under the leadership of Tim Apedaile. The team, referred to as “Mo’tion to Dismiss” is comprised of 36 members, some of whom are pictured here.
The Canucks brigade from the University of Ottawa law school were motivated to grow some mos. Photo: Tim Tam.
These gentlemen law students from the University of Ottawa show us how to mo. Photo: Tim Tam.
The University of Manitoba’s Robson Hall had a team of 13 law students growing mos this year.
Second-year JD student at the University of Manitoba’s Robson Hall Michael Cashion is one of the top law student fundraisers in Canada.
First-year Windsor University law student Jason Sitt was crowned King of Movember at his school. Photo: Evan Bawks
Windsor Law student Mike Maher now has a bristly upper lip to go with his full head of hair. Photo: Evan Bawks
Mo bros and sistas at the University of Windsor sport their “moustaches” in support of Movember. Photo: Evan Bawks
Farris Vaughan Wills & Murphy LLP’s Mo Bros were split between its Kelowna and Vancouver offices. The Kelowna team sent along their photo but unfortunately the Vancouver bros were more camera shy.
The crew from Norton Rose Canada’s Calgary office ham it up for Movember.
McMillan LLP lawyers from across the country joined in to the facial hair-growing frenzy. Here's the Calgary section of the McStaches.
Alexandre Forest was the lone McStache at McMillan LLP's Montreal outpost.
There seems to be a theme going on with McMIllan's Ottawa McStaches.
The Toronto office McStaches seem to be pretty casual about the whole affair.
McMillan's Vancouver office with some serious Mos on their members of team McStaches.
One of Canada’s most experienced and respected legal journalists, Gail J. Cohen is the former editor in chief of Canadian Lawyer, InHouse, 4Students and Law Times, and their associated websites and digital initiatives.
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