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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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Representing Aberystwyth University's Mooting Society will be third year undergraduates Jake Woodcock and Jake Moses.
One of those external competitions was the LexisNexis Welsh National Mooting Competition, in which Bangor beat teams from all over Wales to take first prize earlier this year.
Ms Mansfield, a graduate diploma of law student, said: "I am so proud we won the mooting finals.
The Oxford Mooting Contest is held annually and attracts law undergraduates from around 60 UK universities.
Professor Gottesman, for example, remembers serving on the panel mooting Attorney General Cornyn (who is now a United States Senator).