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Christopher Kee

Art of Argument

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Inhoudsopgave:
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xv
Part 1: Making the most of a moot
Introduction
3(4)
What is mooting?
3(1)
Why join a moot team?
4(2)
Job opportunities
4(1)
Team work
4(1)
Intensive training
5(1)
International travel
5(1)
New perspectives
5(1)
How to use this book
6(1)
You`ve made the team -- what next?
7(6)
Before you begin
7(3)
Timing and commitment
7(1)
What about money?
8(2)
The moot problem
10(1)
Read the problem
10(1)
Read the rules of the competition
10(1)
Asking for help
11(1)
Setting deadlines
12(1)
Being part of a team
13(5)
The keys to a successful team
13(5)
Attitude
13(1)
Identify strengths and weaknesses in the team
13(1)
Dealing with a crisis of confidence
14(1)
Maintaining trust
15(1)
Do you need to be friends?
16(2)
Building an argument
18(5)
The basic steps
18(5)
Step 1 -- Read the facts and decide instinctively who should win
18(1)
Step 2 -- Identify who you are representing
19(1)
Step 3 -- Compile a list of arguments
20(1)
Step 4 -- Imagine you represent the other side
20(1)
Step 5 -- Repeat steps 3 and 4 at least five times
21(2)
Written documents
23(29)
Memoranda and memorials
23(1)
The tips and tricks of writing
24(22)
Knowing your purpose and your audience
24(2)
Setting up your document
26(3)
Referencing
29(5)
Writing style
34(1)
Presenting information to the team scribes
35(1)
Structuring your document
36(3)
Basic rules of writing
39(5)
Editing
44(2)
The second document
46(3)
Preparing a genuine response
46(3)
The outline of submissions
49(1)
The casebook
50(2)
Oral submissions
52(42)
How to structure an oral submission
54(15)
Making a start
54(1)
Dealing with the expectations of moot masters
55(1)
Creating a persuasive case
56(4)
Handling questions
60(9)
Responding to a submission
69(2)
Presenting an oral submission
71(21)
Preparation
72(1)
Physical appearance
72(1)
Time keeping
73(1)
Opening formalities
74(3)
Using case materials
77(2)
Voice and delivery
79(3)
Body language
82(1)
Speaking from notes
83(4)
Building rapport with the moot master
87(2)
Know how the moot is to be run
89(3)
Dealing with mistakes
92(1)
Continue the team work
92(2)
Practice moots
94(6)
When to start doing practice moots
94(1)
Who can be a practice moot master?
95(2)
Variety is key
95(1)
Using experienced moot masters
96(1)
Making the most of practice moots
97(1)
Record the moot
98(1)
Inter-varsity practice moots
98(2)
The competition itself
100(6)
Getting there
100(2)
During the competition
102(2)
What to do when you are not mooting
104(2)
After it`s all over
106(40)
Make the most of your opportunities
106(1)
Help subsequent teams
107(4)
Part 2: References and resources
Competition specific/mooting skills
111(1)
Legal writing and research
112(1)
International commercial arbitration
113(2)
International Court of Justice
115(1)
International commercial law
115(4)
Intellectual property
119(2)
International law (general)
121(1)
Humanitarian law/armed intervention
122(1)
Environmental law
123(1)
Maritime law
124(5)
Part 3: International moots
Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot
129(3)
Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (East)
132(2)
Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition
134(2)
Annual International Inter-university Intellectual Property Moot at Oxford
136(3)
International Maritime Moot
139(2)
The Telders International Law Moot Court Competition
141(1)
Jean Pictet Competition
142(2)
ELSA Moot Court Competition EMC2
144(1)
Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court Competition
144(2)
Index 146
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Januari 2007
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