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a mock court where law students argue hypothetical cases

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Last month I observed law, drama and health students in the moot courtroom actively engaging in a simulated scenario based on a real case.
Ammons announced the council's decision regarding accreditation during a press conference held in the ceremonial moot courtroom of the FAMU College of Law in downtown Orlando.
A visit to Glamorgan will also give you the opportunity to see for yourself the exciting developments happening at our Pontypridd campus, where our law school is now located in an impressive new home which includes a moot courtroom where mock trials take place.
th], UCLA Law Professor Hiroshi Motomura, a renowned expert on immigration law and policy, gave a Distinguished Speaker presentation in the Law School's Moot Courtroom to an overflow crowd, entitled Comprehensive Immigration Reform: Getting from There to Here and Beyond.
Exciting developments are also happening at our Pontypridd campus where our law school is now located in impressive new accommodation that includes a moot courtroom where mock trials take place.
Take several lifetimes of experience, add in a generous heaping of statistics, season with some freewheeling discussions and suggestions, and simmer in the moot courtroom at St.
Bedsworth, will be introduced at a signing party and reception in the Moot Courtroom (#650) of Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco, from 12:00 p.