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The Political Science Teacher

The Use of an Interscholastic Moot Court Competition in the Teaching of International Law

Edward Collins Jr.a1 and Martin A. Rogoffa2

a1 University of Maine

a2 University of Maine School of Law and University of Southern Maine

Edward Collins, Jr. is professor of political science at the University of Maine. He specializes in international law and organization. His publications include International Law in a Changing World (Random House) and articles in the American Journal of International Law, the Brooklyn Journal of International Law, and the Maine Law Review.

Martin A. Rogoff is professor of law at the University of Maine School of Law. He also teaches a course in international law for the political science department at the University of Southern Maine. He specializes in international law, international business transactions, and United States foreign relations law. His publications include articles in the Boston University International Law Journal, the Brooklyn Journal of International Law, and the Maine Law Review.

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