Advocacy e-learning for all courts and tribunals , including interim application hearings, inquests, employment tribunals and immigration tribunals.
This suite of advocacy e-learning courses provides the foundation knowledge and techniques for developing strong advocacy skills for all courts and tribunals, including interim application hearings, inquests, employment tribunals and immigration tribunals.
There are two levels which each look at Communication, Structure and Persuasion.
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- Court language
- Nerves, standing and breathing
- Written and spoken English
- Starting off
- Issues and tests
- Proposition and support
- Case theory
- Coherence and congruence
- Control and choice
- Court officer and partisan advocate
- Variety and modulation
- Start, stop and re-engage
- Signposts and lists
- Sequences and alternatives
- Overviews and routing
- Trust building
- Anticipation and tracking weaknesses
- Sharing values and experiences
As a result of completing this course, you will:
- communicate competently and effectively as an advocate
- use different communication styles to engage and build trust
- frame and deliver your submissions with impact
- structure an application effectively based on the law, your arguments and the evidence
- use a range of techniques to guide a judge
- understand and deploy the key components of a persuasive argument
- avoid common advocacy errors
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