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moot

(mŏŏt),
adj 1. subject to argument, undecided.
adj 2. in law, in a moot case one seeks to determine that an abstract question does not arise on existing facts or rights.
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The university has also established a name for itself on the European mooting scene, having become the first Welsh law school to qualify for the Telders International Moot Court competition in 2013, where they were the best performing British team.
The mooting competition has been incredibly rewarding and it is great the college can offer such great training.
The Oxford Mooting Contest is held annually and attracts law undergraduates from around 60 UK universities.
But Halligan speaks for many Supreme Court advocates when she says that mooting each of her cases at the Institute has helped her present the best possible arguments.