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mooter

A regional slang term for a marijuana cigarette (a joint).
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According to a joint declaration issued after the moot, the speakers expressed anguish and resentment over the fact that the federal and provincial budgets had totally ignored the backward districts of Malakand division.
According to JI Information Secretary Qaisar Sharif, the moot would discuss threadbare the Federal Budget for the next year and also present alternative proposals.
The John H Jackson Moot Court Competition on World Trade Organisation (WTO) Law is a student-run moot court competition organised annually by the European Law Students' Association (ELSA).
At the moot, when all attending foreign ministers gathered for a picture, Swaraj ended up standing next to Qureshi.
Moot Hall is classed as an Ancient Monument and is Grade I Listed, as well as sitting withing the Central Newcastle Conservation Area.
Moot Hall was designed by architect John Stokoe to replace court facilities at the nearby Castle which had been condemned in the early 19th century.
He said Canadian poet Sukhvinder Singh's book on Lahore would also be launched during the moot, adding that peace would be nucleus of all readings and discussions at the conference.
Dr.AamirIjaz,Vice Chancellor ,the Islamia University of Bahawalpur was the chief guest of the final law moot court competition held at Ghotvi Hall, Abbasia Campus.In his address, he praised the efforts of faculty and students of the Law Department and said that practical exposure is vital for grooming skills and capabilities of law students.
The ambassadorial moot is an extra ordinary platform to discuss the most important and sensitive issues and this year the topic of the moot was 'Peace and Progress through Partnership and Connectivity'.
advocacy, legal writing, international law, and moot court practice
While in law school, he was a staff editor for the Law Review, a member of the Moot Court Board and a Writing Fellow at the University of Baltimore Legal Writing Center.
After the Supreme Court (SC) refused to reverse its decision removing Maria Lourdes Sereno as Chief Justice on Tuesday, the House committee on rules said it will recommend the dismissal of the impeachment case against her 'for being moot and academic.'