Advocacy is a term that you will find popping up consistently throughout your research and applications to chambers. The main question is: how do I improve it? There are myriad ways to improve your advocacy, not just mooting. This article…
Alistair Henwood reviews The Articulate Advocate – a mooting book that focusses on ways to control nerves and improve your presentation, rather than the process of mooting itself.
Matt Ahluwalia discusses the role of the Free Representation Unit and the benefits that can be gained from volunteering as a legal representative there.
Giovanni Parcou looks at the Oscar Pistorius trial, with particular reference to questions and statements in the case. Additionally considering the watermelon video and advocacy.
This week, Emily McQuilkin gives an insight into the two Criminal Advocacy exams.
Today, Amy Dimond looks at the advocacy assessment of the LPC and explains how to survive this test of your public speaking skills.
This time of year probably sees many of you experiencing your first BPTC mock exams – particularly Conference, which is one of the earliest exams for most providers. We thought this would be worth a quick discussion, as mock results…
Emily McQuilkin offers a one-stop beginner's guide to the most common mistakes for first time (or even experienced) mooters.
Liam Draper shares and explains some of his top tips for a successful mooting performance.
A guide on how to write a skeleton argument for mooting written by The Student Lawyer's National Mooting Champion Liam Draper.