Researching for a moot is a much more specialised form of research than that for other forms of assessment. The reason for this is that the materials you research are only those that would be admissible in court. Normally this would exclude textbooks and journal articles but would include not only cases and statutes but also other materials such as Law Commission Reports or government White Papers on which the statutes were based.
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