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Moot may refer to:

  • Mootness, in American law: a point in a case is said to be moot when it has been made irrelevant, and therefore, does not need to be considered further. Whereas, in British law, mootness means that it remains debatable.
  • Moot court, an activity in many law schools where participants take part in simulated court proceedings
  • moot, the pseudonym for Christopher Poole (born c. 1988), founder of the anonymous imageboard

See also[edit]

  • Meeting (Old English (Anglo-Saxon): Moot)
    • Folkmoot
    • Jamtamót, the old assembly of Jämtland
    • Witenagemot, the High Council of Anglo-Saxon England
    • Moot hall, a meeting or assembly building, traditionally to decide local issues
    • Moot hill, a hill or mound historically used as an assembly or meeting place
    • World Scout Moot, a gathering of older Scouts, mainly Rover Scouts, ages 18–26 from all over the world
    • Entmoot, a gathering of Ents in The Lord of the Rings
    • MoodleMoot, a gathering or conference relating to the Moodle Learning Management System