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The Golden Rules Of Advocacy

Author : Keith Evans
ISBN : 1854312596
Genre : Examination of witnesses
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Based upon the text of a seminar devised by the author which has been widely acclaimed as a breakthrough in the teaching and learning of advocacy. It is based on the personal experience of the author and has been described as invaluable as a review for the experienced advocate.;Keith Evans is a member of the English and California Bars and a former head of London Chambers.
Category: Examination of witnesses

Non Trial Advocacy

Author : Stephen Nathanson
ISBN : 9781843142379
Genre : Law
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Lawyers use non-trial advocacy skills in court for pre- and post-trial submissions. They are easier to learn than trial advocacy skills, and are much more relevant to the work of most new lawyers. This book examines all key aspects of criminal and civil non-trial advocacy, including bail applications, pleas in mitigation and interim applications made during the course of civil actions. Readers will learn the strategies and techniques of non-trial advocacy through seven realistic case studies: the lawyers involved discuss their strategies and deliver their arguments; the judge makes a decision; and the strengths and weaknesses of the arguments are then analyzed. With this innovative, case study approach to teaching advocacy skills, Non-Trial Advocacy provides an insight into how lawyers think and how they translate their strategies into courtroom action. The book concludes with a discussion of ethical conflicts involved in the practice of advocacy and how these affect the quality of lawyers' work in this field.
Category: Law

Advocacy Skills For Health And Social Care Professionals

Author : Neil Bateman
ISBN : 9781846421570
Genre : Social Science
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Most professionals working in health or social care will be required to act as advocates as part of their work. A social worker or community nurse may need to obtain extra benefits or a particular service for a client; a housing official may need to help a tenant whose benefit has been delayed thus placing them at risk of homelessness; a voluntary body may decide to challenge a statement of special educational needs for a child. This is a practical guide to advocacy skills specifically written for those in the health and social care professions. Neil Bateman examines the function of advocacy within these professions and how to interview, negotiate and self-manage successfully. He provides a structure for advocacy, a guide to the ethical implications and advice on litigation and legal matters. Accessible and comprehensive, Advocacy Skills for Health and Social Care Professionals will be an essential resource for all those wishing to improve their practice.
Category: Social Science

The Language Of Advocacy

Author : Keith Evans
ISBN : STANFORD:36105061797234
Genre : Communication in law
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This work explains the language used by the most successful advocates throughout the English-speaking world, and contributors include distinguished lawyers within these jurisdictions, from the Far-East to the USA. As well as dealing with the words and phrases of advocacy, the book covers other aspects of the technique of communication.
Category: Communication in law

Advocacy In International Commercial Arbitration Asa Special Series No 36

Author : Elliott Geisinger
ISBN : 9781933833910
Genre : Law
File Size : 62.13 MB
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Corporate counsel, arbitrators and lawyers discuss their experiences with advocates in international arbitration, their expectations of good advocacy in a critical analysis of The ASA Charter of Advocacy in International Commercial Arbitration. Issues discussed include: Differences in Culture and Style Evolution of the Role Model Over Time The Relationship with the Client and the Tribunal The Relationship with Witnesses and Experts The Use of Consultants and Their Management Contributing Authors: Sheila Ahuja Matthew Gearing Bernard Hanotiau Henry Peter Jeffrey Waincymer
Category: Law

Trial Advocacy Basics

Author : Molly Townes O’Brien
ISBN : 9781601565648
Genre : Law
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Surely one of the most intimidating moments in your professional life is standing before a judge and jurors the morning of your very first trial. This is no mock trial: the stakes are high, and your client is counting on you. Are you ready? Trial Advocacy Basics is a courtroom primer that helps both the novice advocate prepare for his first day in court and the practicing lawyer bring her skills in line with the most recent developments in trial advocacy. In the Second Edition of this law school classic, Molly Townes O'Brien and Gary Gildin provide the modern perspectives on both the style and substance of case analysis, case theory, cross-examination, impeachment, closing arguments, and presenting information using technologies. They break down the importance of finding a single factual story of the case, then explain how each aspect of the trial must contribute to that story. O'Brien and Gildin relate practical advice on every stage of trial preparation and practice in a straightforward manner, using memorable examples and anecdotes, colorful quotes, and humor to highlight each lesson.
Category: Law

Advocacy In Court

Author : Keith Evans
ISBN : STANFORD:36105061716267
Genre : Lawyers
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Written with the principal aim of instructing the newcomer to the English Bar, this book includes frequent references to American and Commonweath procedures. It intends not only to teach, but also reveal the ground rules of persuasion which operate throughout modern society. The book gives information on the basic tools of advocacy - court etiquette, the jury, the client's character, three mandatory rules and some essential aims, speeches for the prosecution, speeches for the defense, judges, note-taking, endlinks and gadgets. The topic of examination of witnesses follows, covering - questioning, examination in chief, the basic approach to cross-examination, the objectives of cross-examination and re-examination. The final part of the book deals with trials without a jury, advocacy before the professional courts and advocacy before the non-professional courts.
Category: Lawyers

Cleveland Bar Journal

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105062063800
Genre : Bar associations
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Celebrity Advocacy And International Development

Author : Dan Brockington
ISBN : 9781134590339
Genre : Business & Economics
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Celebrity advocacy is a curious phenomenon. It occupies a significant proportion of the public domain, but does so without engaging particularly well with much of the public. Yet this may not matter very much. Many people at the core of advocacy, and in political and business elites, simply do not notice any lack of engagement. In these circles celebrity advocacy can be remarkably effective. Celebrity Advocacy and International Development examines the work of celebrity advocacy and lobbying in international development. Its purpose is to understand the alliances resulting, their history, consequences, wider contexts and implications. It argues that celebrity advocacy signals a new aspect of elite rule. For populist celebrity advocacy can mark, ironically, a disengagement between the public and politics, and particularly the public and civil society. Recognising this poses new challenges, but also presents new opportunities, for the development movement. This book gives students and researchers in development studies and media studies a wealth of original empirical data, including interviews across the NGO sector, media and celebrity industries, newspaper analysis, large surveys of public opinion, and focus group research.
Category: Business & Economics

Justice Of The Peace

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105061120353
Genre : Justices of the peace
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