Advocacy and mooting

A succinct guide to visiting court, outlining issues to consider, how to act, and tips on what not to do.
This site is a useful resource for students who wish to learn more about court etiquette.

An article referring to the expedited (due to the coronavirus) but ongoing process of building the online case management system in the courts, and in particular how to deal with unruly parties.

Guidance punished during the corona virus lockdown by the lord chief justice Lord Burnett of Maldon, master of the rolls Sir Terence Etherton and Sir Andrew McFarlane, president of the family division. It outline how the courts responded to the coronavirus lockdown, and the experience of remote working.

Provides a brief introduction to mooting, with details of the OUP and BPP National Mooting Competitions.
A10 minute video tutorial on how to research for a moot.
An open-access site provided by City University Law School, which includes a mooting video tutorial.
Provides details of current national mooting competitions, helpful tips and sample moot problems.

Criminal advocacy

Information about the UH/Blackstone's National Criminal Advocacy Competition.

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