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Mooting and Advocacy Skills
Mooting and Advocacy Skills
2nd Edition
Practice Area:  Academic Law, Legal Skills
ISBN:  9780414044869
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Authors: David Pope; Dan Hill
Publication Date:  25 Jan 2011
Format:  Paperback
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A user-friendly guide for those participating in and organising mooting competitions and intra-curricular moots:
  • Presents practical guidance on mooting both for those participating in and those organising moots
  • Covers all aspects of mooting from legal research and drafting skeleton arguments to moot court advocacy and organising mooting competitions
  • Describes the key skills of mooting step-by-step, using worked examples and an illustrative moot problem
  • Contains material, including a number of precedents and templates, that will assist not only mooters, but also newly-qualified solicitors and barristers who are starting to appear in court
  • Highlights common pitfalls and explains how to avoid them
CONTENTS
  • Introduction
  • Moot Problems
  • Legal Research
  • Skeleton Arguments
  • Speaking Notes
  • Authorities and Bundles
  • Practice
  • Preliminaries
  • Etiquette
  • Oral submissions
  • Judicial Interventions
  • Delivery
  • Organising Moots
  • Selecting and writing moot problems 
  • Original Moot Problems
REVIEWS
"...This is an excellent book for the undergraduate embarking on their first moot, a useful reference for all mooters and a good introduction to advocacy."
Solicitors Journal
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