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Tortes and Torts: Eating Green with Anita Nowinka

Robynne Thompson (2L)  Tortes and Torts. Food and law school. The article I thought I would stop writing in 2L but can’t think of anything else to write about.  The end of summer, that bittersweet time where I’m actually excited to go back to school but I know two days in I’ll be wishing I […]

Tortes and Torts: Sherlock’s with the 2018 Dean’s Cup Winners

Robynne Thompson (1L)  Tortes and Torts: Where a tired 1L stress eats while asking upper year students for help. (I’ve been trying to come up with a new tag line. I think this is my most accurate iteration thus far.)  This month I faced the stresses of the 1L moot with some good ol’ fashioned […]

Tortes and Torts: Burgers with Hailey Boutin

Robynne Thompson (1L) This month, I had the pleasure of interviewing 3L student and burger connoisseur, Hailey Boutin. Hailey is the President of OUTLaw and a member of the LSA’s Graduation Committee. After graduation, Hailey will be completing her articles at Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP (Calgary) where she started as a summer student. After […]

Tortes and Torts: Takeout with Sarah McFadyen

Robynne Thompson (1L) New year, same ol’ me. I’ve never been great at making (or sticking to) resolutions but this year I’m going to try to eat out a little less. In that spirit, this month is all about takeout. It doesn’t count as going out to eat if you bring your food home, right? […]

Tortes and Torts: Remedy with Brianna Walsh

Robynne Thompson (1L) Tortes and Torts is back for its third edition! Kudos to myself for sticking to something 66.7% longer than I normally do! This month, I met with Brianna Walsh. You may know Bri as Swift Justice’s own 6-foot tall all-star forward. Or as a Criminal SLS badass. But Bri is also the […]

Tortes and Torts: Ramen with Tuna Uygun

Robynne Thompson (1L) It’s that time of year. Middle-of-term fatigue is setting in. Colds and flus abound. Winter is…approaching. Is there a better way to combat the futility of the season than with a piping hot bowl of ramen? Ramen has a complex history. It was originally an import to Japan from China. At different […]

Tortes and Torts: Poutine with Dylan Robertson

Robynne Thompson (1L) Tortes and Torts. A (hopefully) monthly column devoted to all things food and the conversations that happen over food. Think Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, but less funny. Or Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, but less edgy and cool. Thinking back to my first day of law school, before I knew what the […]