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Jay Thakkar of LexisNexis argues his case before a panel of moot court judges.

While moot courts are typically a fixture of the average law school education and are meant to simulate the proceedings of an appellate court, they are now finding their way into the legal technology industry. Last week, six teams of software engineers, data scientists and product managers from LexisNexis took part in the company’s moot court competition in North Carolina, where they took turns delivering arguments on a fictitious case steeped in Fourth Amendment issues.

Frank Ready

Frank Ready is a reporter on the tech desk at ALM Media. He can be reached at fready@alm.com.

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