In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The society had started the moot court to train law students to put their legal knowledge to practical use, Mr. Nair says.
- I am in San Jose today for a moot court at Santa Clara Law School to prepare for the argument.
- Harvard, which has an endowment for the teaching and study of animal rights law, hosted its second annual animal law moot court competition in February.
- I learned a tremendous amount from moot courts at Georgetown, Oklahoma City University, and Harvard Law School.
- He ran three moot courts for each case, and spent countless hours fine-tuning his arguments.
- He also instituted the School's first moot court program, providing for further practical experience for future litigators.
- This work embodies the proceedings of a moot court that reviewed the case of Samuel A. Mudd, one of those convicted of participating in the Lincoln Assassination.
- But they said he did provide invaluable strategic guidance working pro bono to formulate legal theories and coach them in moot court sessions.
- I heard somewhere that he did a sort of moot court to practice for those hearings for many, many hours.
- Although moot courts are viewed without much seriousness these days, it is proven beyond doubt that the programme would never fail in accomplishing its goal: facilitate and promote academic excellence.
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