LexisNexis Skills Series: Australasian Mooting Manual, 2nd Edition (eBook)
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LexisNexis Skills Series: Australasian Mooting Manual gives a step-by-step outline of all the processes involved in mooting.
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LexisNexis Skills Series: Australasian Mooting Manual explains in straight forward terms the strategies that will lead to successful legal advocacy in a law school context. However, the skills developed in moots are critical to all aspects of life, and the persuasive advocate will certainly have a head start in meeting the challenges ahead.
- Expanded section of the administrative and organisational side of mooting includes a checklist for easy administering
- Enhanced tips and tricks on how to succeed in a mooting competition
- New chapter on the international moot competitions addresses the skills required for international moots as well as local mooting competitions
- New chapter on high school mooting competitions
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction to Mooting
Chapter 2 The Mooter and Their Expectations
Chapter 3 Before the Moot: The Problem and Preparation
Chapter 4 Written Submissions — The Memorials
Chapter 5 Preparing for Oral Submissions
Chapter 6 The Moot!
Chapter 7 The University and Faculty
Chapter 8 Academic Advisers and Coaches
Chapter 9 Judges and Judging
Chapter 10 Organising a Moot
Chapter 11 High School Mooting
Appendix 1 — Overview of Competitions
Appendix 2 — High School Mooting Problem