Provides a guide for those participating in and those organising mooting competitions. This book takes students through the principles and practical applications of mooting. It shows how to prepare arguments and practise them before a moot. It also includes worked examples and exercises to help build students' ability.
Part 1: Introduction; What is mooting and why should you do it; The illustrative problem: Jethro v Tull; Part 2: Preparing for Moots; Researching moot problems; Drafting skeleton arguments; Drafting notes for submissions; Preparing authorities for the judge; Practising submissions; Part 3: Appearing at moots; Part 4: Organising moots; Organising mooting competitions; Appendices
Mooting and Advocacy Skills by D. Hill
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