Law student named grand master fiddler

As if working towards a law degree wasn’t enough, James Steele can now add Master Fiddler to his résumé; Steele was named the grand master at the Canadian Grand Master Fiddle Championships after placing first in the competition Aug. 24 in Saskatoon.

By University Communications
Steele, a third-year student in the University of Saskatchewan College of Law, has been musically inclined all of his life but he is also drawn to the law, to a career that requires "writing, reasoning and oral persuasiveness." Managing full-time studies and maintaining his fiddling takes a bit of organization but the rewards are worth it for Steele.

Read the whole story on the College of Law website.

Photo by Cyndie Knorr, courtesy of the Canadian Grand Masters Fiddling Competition.