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Slorach et al: Legal Systems and Skills 3e

Chapter 10: Self-test questions

Instructions

Answer the following questions and then press 'Submit' to get your score.

Question 1

Who can be an advocate?

Question 2

What makes a good advocate?

Question 3

What term is used to refer to the practice of presenting to help students develop their knowledge of the law and their advocacy skills?

Question 4

Typically, moots are presented as appeals, so you present to an appellate court. True or False?

Question 5

Which of the options is correct?

Question 6

Choose the most appropriate option to complete the following sentence. Advocacy can be:

Question 7

Choose the most appropriate option to complete the following sentence. In the course of a moot, your written advocacy will be assessed in the context of a

Question 8

Choose the most appropriate option to complete the following sentence. An oral presentation in a mock criminal trial will take place in the context of

Question 9

Choose the option which best summarises the order of a typical mock trial:

Question 10

Which of the following options is not an open question?