Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Moot Court / Mock Trial Preparation

“I used to say that, as Solicitor General, I made three arguments in every case. First came the one I had planned — as I thought, logical, coherent, complete. Second was the one I actually presented — interrupted, incoherent, disjointed, disappointing. The third was the utterly devastating argument that I thought of after going to bed that night.” - Justice Robert T. Jackson

Here's a link to an interesting article on oral arguments from the Texas Bar.


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