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How to MootA Student Guide to Mooting

How to Moot: A Student Guide to Mooting (2nd edn)

John Snape and Gary Watt
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date: 30 September 2022

2. Participants and the parts they playlocked

2. Participants and the parts they playlocked

  • John SnapeJohn SnapeAssociate Professor in Law, University of Warwick
  •  and Gary WattGary WattReader and Associate Professor in Law, University of Warwick

Abstract

This chapter identifies the various players and their roles and the appropriate setting for the moot. It provides answers to the following questions: Does an Appellant get a right of reply? How are the roles of Appellants and Respondents chosen? How does the Respondent balance the need to make a case and to challenge the points made by the Appellants? What is the standard running order of a moot? How should a moot court be set out?

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