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Legal skills - Mooting

Resources to assist with preparing for moots.

Where can I learn more about mooting?


Learnmore Guide covers the basics of mooting, how to create your argument, tips for public speaking and how to effectively respond to the Judge and your opponent during the moot. Created by The City Law School, University of London.


Comprehensive Guide on mooting created by The University of Queensland Law Society Inc (‘UQLS’) for students. 


Guide to Writing Submissions created by the University of Tasmania.


Mooting package 'Communication, Advocacy and Teamwork'  developed by the University of Tasmania Law School.  Supplement to the DVD 'More Than Words'. You can borrow the DVD at the library.

What do I call the Judge?


The Victoria Law Foundation developed a pamphlet to help you to correctly address the judge. 

How do I find out about National and International Moots?


The Australian Law Students' Association (ALSA) post information on National and International Moot Competitions for Australian law students. 


Local moot competitions held at University of Tasmania are arranged by the Tasmania University Law Society (TULS).

What do I wear and how do I conduct myself?

(Created by Bond University, Published on YouTube 2012)

How do I research for my moot?

(Created by Bond University, Published on YouTube 2012)

How do I present my moot?

(Created by Bond University, Published on YouTube 2012)

Are there any books about mooting?

Here are a few items in the University of Tasmania Library that may assist you prepare for your moot.