Reflections on a high school mooting competition: Bridging the gap between secondary and tertiary education
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AbstractThis article explores ways in which mooting can provide high school students with insight into life as a law student. In gaining high school students’ insights on their early exposure to a legal research skills environment involving oral argumentation exercises, the authors argue that law schools can incorporate experiential learning pedagogies into student recruitment efforts to ensure that both law school and prospective student are better prepared for each other during the delivery and study of law at university level.
All Author(s) ListMarsh L., Ramsden M.
Journal nameLaw Teacher
Volume Number49
Issue Number3
PublisherSweet & Maxwell Ltd
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
Pages323 - 335
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom

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