9/30/08

Internal Plan & Schedule of Phillip C. Jessup Competition

·        1-3, Oct:    Define the task who is going to respond the Applicant or Respondent

·        1-5, Oct:    Finish reading the compromis

·        5-7, Oct:    Summary the Statement of the facts of each team, Appl or Resp.

§         Everyone must be clear all point in the case.

·        8, Oct:        Meeting the coach, Zach, Julie, Matt, and others

·        7-14, Oct:  Collecting all sources, International laws, International court,

§         Print out your draft and share to the others

§         Discuss whole things about the what you got

·        15, Oct:      Meet the coach

§         Print out the pleading for the coach for any comment

§         Question and Answer

§         Discussion

·        15-18,Oct: First Draft of the pleading ; at least 20%

§         Print out your draft and share to the others

§         Discuss whole things about the what you got

·        19, Oct:      Meet the coach

·        19-22, Oct: Second Draft of the pleading and Statement of the facts; at least 30%

·        23, Oct:      Meet the coach, and discuss about the First Batch,

“Basic Materials, The First Batch of Basic Materials will be released in October. The Basic Materials are a collection of research materials, designed to ensure that all teams, regardless of budget and access to information, start from the same position. All Basic Materials will be posted to the ILSA Jessup website.”

·        23-31,Oct: Third Draft, at lease 40%

·        1, Nov:       Meet the coach

·        1-5, Nov:   4th Draft, at lease 60%

·        6, Nov:       Meet the coach

·        6-12,Nov:  5th Draft, at lease 70%

·        13, Nov:     Meet the coach

·        13-17Nov:6th Draft, at lease 80%

·        18, Nov:     Meet the coach

·        18-29, Nov: 7th Draft, at lease 90% of the first Batch

·        30, Nov:     Meet the coach

·        1-7, Dec.: Meet the coach, and discuss about the First Batch,

“Basic Materials, The Second Batch of Basic Materials will be released in December. The Second Batch of Materials is based upon requests from teams and usually includes a variety of treaties, case law, and secondary sources. Teams may suggest documents to be included in the Second Batch of Basic Materials; all suggestions must be sent to jessup@ilsa.org by 28 November 2008.”

First Draft of Second Batch

·        8-25, Dec: Finish the last draft of the memorial 99%

·        26, Dec:     Meet the coach

·        26, Dec – 1, Jan: Editing and Practicing Oral Argument,

§         Invite different People to judge our memorial and oral argument

§         ..

·        1-5, Jan: Editing, and real practice oral argument, Reviewing!!!!!!!

·        7, Jan: Finish everything, the real Memorandum 100%

·        10,Jan: Summit

·        10,Jan – March: Practice Oral Argument, updating the pleading for the oraCl..

·        15-20 March: Shopping and Sleeping also party

·        20-21 March: Prepare yourself for the competition

·        22-28 March: In the competition

·        28-30 March: Party…

·        30 March- 15 April: Travel around


Fighting :)
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1 comment:

pinispinus said...

The plan looks goods to prepare and write the pleading. But I am still suggesting to spend more time to build up your skills, especially the art of arguing in the court. All of your members should take time to learn how to think and argue as a lawyer, including words to be used in the court. For example, one might call its adversary party as "you" or your company and argue against them directly. It will be a mistake to do that, and it is expected that you argue directly to the judges to convence them, not the adversary party. Here is a link that you can listen and learn from oral arguments in The Supreme Court of the United States: http://www.oyez.org/. If these is one in the library, I recommend you and your members to read this basic book: the first trial (http://west.thomson.com/productdetail/3769/22035831/productdetail.aspx). It is useful for those who come to the court for the first time. There are a number of books useful for you, and I think your coach may have them (http://www.asl.edu/library/pubs/lrg_advcom.pdf).

Make a stategic plan of how to work out on the days of competition, including detailed tasks from the starting to the ending program. For example, how many hours you are allowed to speak and who among your members is assigned to play in that slot of time. Do your best!