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Law Society Advocacy Courses

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The City Law School, in partnership with the Law Society is offering two advocacy courses.

Essential Criminal Advocacy

Duration: one day
Cost: £395 per person

A one day course focusing on enhancing the Advocacy skills of new solicitors.

This training has been designed by The City Law School and is delivered in conjunction with The Law Society of England & Wales. It has been specifically developed to meet the needs of busy new practitioners who are looking to improve their Advocacy skills in a practical based workshop environment. Each participant will have an opportunity to dissect case analysis from a carefully selected case study, and to look at how to structure subsequent submissions in order to achieve their desired impact. They will then participate in a mock trial handling witnesses in both examination-in-chief and cross-examination

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Advanced Criminal Advocacy

Duration: one day
Cost: £395 per person

This is a full day course for senior practitioners who have experience of advocacy in the higher courts.

To reflect the seniority of the participants on this course this day would be run in the context of a Crown Court trial and the mock courtroom setting will reflect the greater formality of advocacy in the higher courts.

The case papers for this day will reflect the higher level of this course, the offences dealt with would be of a very serious nature and the issues raised will be of a complex nature.

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