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The Art of Argument - A Guide to Mooting

The Art of Argument - A Guide to Mooting

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  • Author(s): Christopher Kee
  • Brand: Cambridge University Press
  • Edition: 1 South Asia Ed Rp 2018
  • ISBN 13 9781107643765
  • Approx. Pages 151 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 21 x 14 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

 [This edition licensed for sale in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka only. This Edition is not authorized for export outside these territories. Circulation of this edition outside these territories is unauthorized and illegal]
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Description
There is no greater skill for a law student than constructing a logical and compelling argument. The Art of Argument: A guide to Mooting guides the reader through the process of developing, presenting and defending a convincing argument in an international mooting competition - a setting where students from around the world come together to argue a hypothetical case and hone their skills as advocates. The book explains the secrets of success in mooting, in sample, step-by-step style. It describes:
•    What to do when you first get the moot problem
•    How to begin researching the subject matter
•    How to build an Argument
•    How to present written and oral submissions
•    The value of practice moots
•    How to handle yourself at the competition
The books is primarily aimed at students who are preparing to participate in an international mooting competition. However, other students will find the techniques applicable all areas of their study and exam preparation, and coaches of moot teams will find it an invaluable source of hints, tips and useful advice.
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Contents
Part 1 : Making the most of a moot

1.    Introduction
2.    You've made the team — what next?
3.    Being part of a team
4.    Building an argument
5.    Written documents
6.    Oral submissions
7.    Practice moots
8.    The competition itself
9.    After it's all over
Part 2 : References and resources
Competition specific/mooting skills
Legal writing and research
International commercial arbitration
International Court of Justice
International commercial law
Intellectual property
International law (general)
Humanitarian law/armed intervention
Environmental law
Maritime law
Part 3 : International moots
Willem C Vis International Commercial
    Arbitration Moot
Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration
    Moot (East)
Philip C Jessup International Law Moot
    Court Competition
Annual International Inter-university Intellectual
    Property Moot at Oxford
The Telders International Law Moot Court
    Competition
Jean Pictet Competition
ELSA Moot Court Competition EMC2
Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition
Index
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