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Victor A. Afanador

Victor A. Afanador is a 1998 graduate of Seton Hall Law School and a Member of Lite DePalma Greenberg, LLC in Newark, NJ. Mr. Afanador's practice areas include Appellate Law, Public Entity Representation, Criminal Litigation, Employment/Labor Law, and Complex Commercial Litigation.
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Moot Court Matters

Posted by Victor A. Afanador on 3/8/16 9:00 AM

I was a member of the Interscholastic Moot Court Board while I was a student at Seton Hall Law, and I competed in three moot court competitions during that time. Moot Court enables students to compete against other schools to learn how to present issues and mock arguments before panels of practitioners and real judges. The students get scored on their performance. Through Moot Court, we learned the essential skill of presenting our case, speaking persuasively and clearly before an appellate panel. The process involves getting questions from professors and practitioners, who probe the issue that the students are to present before the mock appellate panel.


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