Theories, Principles and Practice
This chapter explains the core role of the moot coach. As with the development or improvement of any skill set, mooting-specific skills are best developed with the assistance and involvement of an informed coach. The authors identify the role of the moot coach in competition mooting, and explain how a moot coach can work to build their own skills to maximise their teams’ written and oral performances.
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