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1996: Sybille Olivera v. Marelle

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This chapter explains how many judges from their exclusive position - evaluate the students' presentations and what they normally look for in their assessment of the players' performances. Moot court competitions offer an intense exercise in combining knowledge, sense and reason under stress; they are training in stress management on a personal level, which requires, above all, good legal skills, courage and a strong sense of intuition and realism. The rules of procedure and evidence that apply to international courts are by their nature different from the rules in national courts because they are not based on any single national legal system.

Keywords: good legal skills; moot courts; national legal system; perspective of the bench

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