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Titel: Make Your Argument: Succeeding in Moot Court...
Verlag: Kaplan Publishing
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Inhaltsangabe: For many law school students, moot court and mock trial are rites of passage. Whether it's an advocacy class or extracurricular competition, these activities are often one's fi rst glimpse into courtroom life. Make Your Argument provides students with an advantage as they prepare for moot court and mock trial, complete with practical tips from winning lawyers who've participated. The guide includes trial advocacy strategies specifi c to moot court and mock trial; tips on writing briefs and preparing for court; details about competitive moot court and mock trial programs; and comparisons between the two. Advice about joining the programs, working with teammates, and trial advocacy are also useful to first- and second-year law students.
Über den Autor: John J. Korzen is the Director of the Appellate Advocacy Clinic and an Associate Professor of Legal Writing at Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, NC. At Wake Forest, John is also the Coach of the National Moot Court Team and the Chair of the Moot Court Advisors Committee.
Before joining the Wake Forest faculty, John practiced law for eleven years and was a law clerk to the late Sam J. Ervin III, then Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. He graduated law school cum laude from Wake Forest in 1991. Before law school, John taught writing and other subjects in public schools for six years, in grades four through seven.
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