If you ask people - and by this we mean those involved in legal education - what a moot is, a large number will reply that a moot is a mock trial. It is not. In a trial you have evidence, witnesses for both parties, examination of witnesses, cross-examination and, if it is a jury trial, a summing up by the judge. In a moot you have none of these.
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