This chapter explains how to analyse, research and construct an argument in relation to the moot problem presented by the fictitious case of Murray v Jokker. The best place to begin with a moot is by ensuring that you fully understand the moot problem question. The chapter focuses on how to research the areas of law related to Murray v Jokker. The task is to begin developing research terms for the moot problem. Once people have identified their research terms, they should undertake paper or electronic legal research. It is always important for mooters to be familiar with the broader legal concepts relevant to their ground of appeal. It is also important that they have a detailed knowledge of the cases cited in the moot problem question and in the skeleton arguments, so they are able to make use of the cases to answer judicial questions.