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Guide to Moot Court Part 4: Delivery

Guide to Moot Court Part 4: Delivery

"The winner of the round is separate from how you rank speaker points." A message similar to this is given in most LD, TP, and Parli judge orientations, however, it's a message you'll never hear in an NCFCA moot court judge orientation. Why? Because unlike other forms...

Voting Issues Part II: How to Run Voting Issues Well

Voting Issues Part II: How to Run Voting Issues Well

In Voting Issues Part I, we discussed three common problems surrounding voters and how to avoid them by not running voters at all. But this doesn’t mean you should never run voters! It’s important to understand how to debate without voters, but at the same time many...

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