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.
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Robert Bradshaw gives us an insight into competing for the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot in Vienna, which he undertook whilst on his year abroad in Germany.
James Roden discusses the highs and lows of his university mooting experience and the other activities with which keen mooters can get involved.
This week, Emily McQuilkin talks about the benefits of continuing to moot during the BPTC.
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.
How should students deal with writing a script for mooting written by The Student Lawyer's National Mooting Champion Liam Draper.