A Moot Court Handbook
Edited By Paul I. Weizer
Chapter Three: The Basics of Oral Argument
The Basics of Oral Argument
For many students, speaking in front of other persons can be a daunting task, but once you have the basic principles down, it can become quite rewarding. The ability to communicate persuasively is a skill that virtually everyone needs to use throughout their lives. After you have mastered the ability to participate in moot court, most people find that they are less intimidated by public speaking in general. When you have been grilled by judges, attorneys, and law students, everything else is easy by comparison!
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