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Apparently Your Moot Court Days Don’t End in Law School

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1Ls at the University of Houston Law Center recently endured had the pleasure of participating in the mandatory rounds of the John Black Moot Court competition. For the uninitiated, Moot Court is the fantasyland of the appellate process, whereas Mock Trial is where we go to get our Perry Mason on. To whatever future bright-eyed advocate this nugget of experience may find its way to…. it, um…. ‘helps’ to know what side you’re on.

Via Howard Bashman’s doubly-punny How Appealing, we learn that our moot court days don’t have to end in law school – Before Going Live at Supreme Court, Lawyers Refine on Moot Court Circuit

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