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Tips and Experiences of Mooting by Puteri Eleni

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Puteri Eleni Megat Osman

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Transcript of Tips and Experiences of Mooting by Puteri Eleni

Introduction to Mooting
by Puteri Eleni

Step 1-The Moot Problem
UNDERSTAND THE QUESTION.
Step 2- Research
Work very very very
very very very very very
HARD.

Step 3-Writing Memorials
Make it clear and simple to understand
Conclusion
WIN :)
Examples of Moots

1, Internal Moot Competition (IMC)

2. UM-NUS Singapore Moots

3. KLRCA-Namco Arbitration

4. International moots:

International Humanitarian Law Moots
William C. Vis Moots
LawAsia
Environmental Law Moots
Elsa Moot Court Competition

5. Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot
What do the parties want?
What were the acts they claimed were negligent?
What are the reasons you claim would be the reason for the negligence?
which means...
Read relevant textbooks
Read relevant cases on lexisnexis
Know how to use the databases
Read THE WHOLE case

THINGS TO NOTE IN CASES
Dissenting opinions
Majority judgments
Name of judge
Year
Hierarchy of court
Origin of the Court
Ask yourself...
Follow the format
Font size and font.
Word & page limit.
Put in proper footnotes.
Spacing.
And don't forget your grammar.
Make it simple and easy to understand
Follow the golden rule - ILAC
Heading: Issue
Content: Law, Application, Conclusion.
Use the right case law
International law?
English law?
Indian law?
Current issues?
Example:
I. Nadeem should pay Puteri compensation for causing shock to Puteri.

A. Nadeem was negligent in preparing her meal.

There are 3 elements of negligence. (Put footnote- Who said so? Donoghue v Stevenson)

a) Nadeem had a duty of care to prepare a clean meal for his customers.

A person has a duty of care to prepare a clean and healthy meal for his or her customers. (put footnote). This duty of care is present for chefs and cooks. (put footnote)

Nadeem has the duty of care to prepare a clean and healthy meal for his customers because he is the chef of that restaurant.

Therefore, Nadeem has the duty of care to prepare a clean and healthy meal for Puteri.


ISSUE
LAW
APPLICATION
CONCLUSION
Step 4: MOOT
THREE ULTIMATE CHALLENGES IN MOOTS:
How you speak
How you answer questions
How you rebut
How you speak
Answer questions
Rebuttals
Be confident
Be clear and loud
Be polite
Sorry (I beg your indulgence)
Thank you (Much obliged)
Thank the judge
Answer the same way: ILAC- If you read of course.
Don't panic-Maintain composure
If the judge x accept? Let it be, and move on.
Rebut every ground
Don't touch on the details; brief general points
Choose strong points
Internal Moot Competition 2012
UM NUS FRIENDLY MOOTS
KLRCA-NAMCO ARBITRATION MOOTS2013
PHILLIP C. JESSUP 2014
LEARN NEW THINGS!
EXPLORE NEW PLACES!
LEARN FROM THOSE PLACES
TRY THEIR FOOD!
LEARN THE IMPORTANCE OF TEAM WORK AND FRIENDSHIP
THANK YOU
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