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(p. 265) 10. Advocacy, mooting, and professional communication 

(p. 265) 10. Advocacy, mooting, and professional communication
(p. 265) 10. Advocacy, mooting, and professional communication

Scott Slorach

, Judith Embley

, Peter Goodchild

, and Catherine Shephard

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date: 01 December 2020

This chapter focuses on advocacy, mooting, and communication skills. It first explains the term ‘communication skills’ and then discusses their application in presentations, advocacy, mooting, face-to-face communication, and communication by telephone. The section on advocacy skills considers the preparation and use of skeleton arguments and case bundles.

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