The article discusses the necessity of having moots as a common feature of the law school curriculum to impart advocacy, ethics and values matrices amongst law students in Australia and other countries. It defines moots as a specific form of simulation which enables students to practice and develop a range of skills that are not developed in isolation, but by performing them rather than just learning about them, such as problem-solving, legal analysis and reasoning. Moots can also teach students values, ethics and professional responsibility through some of the basic rules of professional conduct, such as not to mislead and deceive the court.
|Number of pages||42|
|Journal||Legal Education Review|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2009|
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The evaluation of the current rules of professional conduct governing legal representatives in mediation in Australian and the Unites States and a range of proposed alternative 'nonadversarial' ethics systems for lawyersAuthor: Wolski, B., 2011
Supervisor: Farrar, J. H. (Supervisor)
Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisFile