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The Essential Guide to Mooting

A Handbook for Law Students

by Emir Aly Crowne-Mohammed; Mohammed Hashim & Shelley Kierstead

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As Canadian law schools continue to expand their mooting programs and increase the emphasis on moot participation, The Essential Guide to Mooting: A Handbook for Law Students will undoubtedly be of great value to their students.

Mooting is an important step in the development of one’s advocacy and communication skills. This thorough “how-to” guide provides students with a road-map to crafting a successful career as a mooter and future advocate in many different arenas. Using this book as a guide, students will be better prepared to step into their “courtrooms” and present credible and persuasive arguments in a manner corresponding to the finest of advocacy skills. The result will be that the calibre of mooting will only improve and continue to reflect the high quality of those behind the arguments: Canada’s law students.

About the Authors

Emir Aly Crowne-Mohammed

Dr. Emir Crowne, BA, LLB, LLM, LLM, PhD is an Associate Professor, with Tenure, at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. He is the Founder of the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot, and the Donald G. Bowman National Tax Moot. He has also published widely in the fields of intellectual property law, information technology law, gaming law, torts, contracts, legal education, constitutional law, human rights and banking, and is ranked in the top 1.2% of authors worldwide on the Social Science Research Network.

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Mohammed Hashim

Mohamed Hashim is a 2009-10 articling student at Heenan Blaikie LLP in Toronto. In 2010-11 he will be clerk to Mr. Justice Hughes of the Federal Court of Canada. Mohamed is a co-founder of the Harold G. Fox  Intellectual Property Moot.
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Shelley Kierstead, LLB (UNB), LLM (Toronto), PhD (Osgoode), is Assistant Professor and Director of the Legal Research and Writing Program at Osgoode Hall Law School. Her research interests lie in the areas of family law, access to justice, and dispute resolution. Professor Kierstead also coordinates a parent education program for separating parents entitled the "Parent Information Program,” an initiative of Osgoode’s Centre for Public Law and Public Policy.
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"After reading this book and using it as a guide, students will be better prepared to step into their “courtrooms” and present credible and persuasive arguments in a manner corresponding to the finest of advocacy skills. The result, I believe, will be that the calibre of mooting will only improve and continue to reflect the high quality of those behind the arguments: Canada’s law students."

— The Honourable Allan Lutfy, Chief Justice of the Federal Court (Canada)

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