Jo Sidhu QC shares his tried and tested methods for removing extraneous material from his case files and eliminating distractions. In these 'Brief' episodes, we select highlights from previous interviews. This Brief is taken ...Play Episode View episode details
May 18, 2022
Jo Sidhu QC shares his tried and tested methods for removing extraneous material from his case files and eliminating distractions. In these 'Brief' episodes, we select highlights from previous interviews. This Brief is taken…
May 11, 2022
Rex Parris is an expert on metaphors who has been able to use them successfully as trial strategy for decades. He shares his knowledge about metaphor usage in this 'Brief' episode.
May 4, 2022
Allison Summers QC has an answer for what advocates should do in those difficult moments, like when their client acts up in front of the jury or when a very compelling witness gives evidence against their client.
April 27, 2022
The Hon Ann Ainslie-Wallace discusses the importance of case theory and why advocates must have a clear understanding of what their case theory is and be able to communicate it effectively.
April 13, 2022
In this 'Brief' episode, we have selected highlights from a previous episode. Professor Leslie Thomas QC makes sure that his theories are watertight by talking it through with those around him.
This is a list of books on advocacy, cross-examination, direct examination, examination-in-chief, arguments, submissions, case analysis, courtroom skills…
Teaching advocacy gives another layer of understanding. If you are a barrister in England and Wales and would like to become an advocacy trainer contact …
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