Recommend to your Librarian


The Student Guide to Mooting

Michael Hammond
Edited by Margaret Ross

Paperback
£10.99
eBook (PDF) i
£10.99

The ideal introduction to legal argument for new law students and competitive mooters

Guiding you through the process of legal argument, this book will teach you all you need to know about how to research and structure your moot, the use of legal authority, honing your presentation skills and addressing the court. To show you how it's done, Hammond provides a worked example applying the two-stage method to creating a legal argument in a moot court.

Show more

About the Author

Michael Hammond is a Trainee Solicitor at Maclay Murray & Spens LLP.

Reviews

Hammond lays out a clear, logical and rational approach he calls 'the two stage process', which will certainly be worth its weight in gold for any law student faced with the prospect of competing in their first moot... I would urge all first-year law students to add this book to their reading lists as soon as possible, it will certainly make that dreaded first moot significantly easier.

- SCOLAG Legal Journal

Inspection Copy

You must log in or register to request an inspection copy.