LexisNexis Skills Series: Australasian Mooting Manual, 2nd Edition (eBook)
|Author(s) :||Butler, J; Gygar, T|
|Short Description :||This book is also available in hardcopy format.
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|Published :||May, 2012|
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LexisNexis Skills Series: Australasian Mooting Manual gives a step-by-step outline of all the processes involved in mooting. By the provision of sample moots and examples of all phases of the moot, from research to the final critique, it provides both students and supervisors with models and guidelines for establishing a successful mooting program. The second edition has been restructured and rewritten to include new material on international and high school mooting competitions as well.
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
1. Introduction to Mooting
2. The Mooter and their Expectations
3. Before the Moot - The Problem and Preparation
4. Written Submissions - the Memorials
5. Preparing for Oral Submissions
6. The Moot!
7. The University and Faculty
8. Academic Advisers and Coaches
9. Judges and Judging
10. Organising a Moot
11. High School Mooting
12. Overview of Competitions