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November 21, 2017

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  • When I was in law school I participated in moot court. Moot court is a kind of in-court practice for law students where someone plays a judge and the student goes into a courtroom setting to practice a legal argument of some kind. The day I made my moot court argument, it was an appeal in front of three “judges.” The judges asked me detailed questions to gauge my understanding of the legal argument I was making. One judge, however, asked me questions that seemed disconnected from the argument I was making. Afterwards, our instructors explained that this kind of

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