Advocacy in the moot court program: an analysis of the fundamentals of legal research, brief writing and oral advocacy for the beginning appellate advocate
CWRU Moot Court Board program, Franklin Thomas Backus School of Law, Case Western Reserve University, 1969 - Law - 111 pages
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