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Advocacy Preparation and Performance (First Indian Reprint)

Persuasive questioning and argument in courts and tribunals need skills in case preparation and techniques of presentation - skills that can always be improved, whether the practitioner is renowned or a novice. This book explains the `what`, the `why` and the `how` of basic advocacy skills and techniques using four realistic scenarios to illustrate the use of the techniques in practice.

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AUTHORSelby Hugh
publisherUniversal Law Publishing
TITLEAdvocacy Preparation and Performance (First Indian Reprint)
ISBN139789350350768
Publication Year2011
Number of Page206
BINDING Paperback

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Persuasive questioning and argument in courts and tribunals need skills in case preparation and techniques of presentation - skills that can always be improved, whether the practitioner is renowned or a novice. This book explains the `what`, the `why` and the `how` of basic advocacy skills and techniques using four realistic scenarios to illustrate the use of the techniques in practice.

Topics covered include:

  • knowing the audience
  • developing the legal and factual case
  • developing a ``game plan``
  • mastering the facts, both good and bad
  • witness interviews, the scene, experts` reports
  • the argument, including interlocutory applications procedure, pleas-in-mitigation, and the closing address
  • court procedure, protocol, etiquette and the actual experience of being in a courtroom
  • opening statements and questioning witnesses
  • preparing the witness and giving evidence
  • when and how to cross-examine witnesses, leading questions, rules of fairness, objections, impeachent, credibility and hearsay
  • an advocacy Dictionary to help with terminology.

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Persuasive questioning and argument in courts and tribunals need skills in case preparation and techniques of presentation - skills that can always be improved, whether the practitioner is renowned or a novice. This book explains the `what`, the `why` and the `how` of basic advocacy skills and techniques using four realistic scenarios to illustrate the use of the techniques in practice.

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