The LexisNexis Skills Series Mooting Manual gives a step-by-step outline of all the processes involved in mooting. By the provision of sample moots and examples of all phases of the moot, from research to the final critique, it provides both students and supervisors with models and guidelines for establishing a successful mooting program. For the student, it provides a practical guide to all phases of preparation and presentation, including research, court etiquette, the summary of argument, the role of each team member, opening and closing of argument, presentation skills and responding to questions from the bench. By the use of examples, the manual gives students models which can be followed in their own presentations. For the supervisor, manual provides a number of sample moot problems, teaching materials, administrative instructions, marking guides and guidance on effective feedback to participants. A unique section of the manual is designed to provide high school teachers with all the particular information and resources needed to establish a lively mooting program at their school. The manual explains in straight forward terms the strategies that will lead to successful legal advocacy in a law school context. However, the skills developed in moots are critical to all aspects of life, and the persuasive advocate will certainly have a head start in meeting the challenges ahead.