|Venue:||Law Society Northern Terriotry, Level 3, 9 Cavenagh Street, Darwin|
|Level:||Suitable for advanced level of practitioners|
|This seminar will be streamed live to Hearing Room, Katherine Local Court,
corner of First and Giles Streets, Katherine. Register through the same link below.
As the topic suggests, the session will deal with the theory of cross-examination on documents and some practical demonstration as to maximising the benefit which might arise from documents, particularly witness statements where there is inconsistency between the document and the witness’s testimony.
Presenter: William Boucaut SC
William Boucaut SC is a barrister at Len King Chambers, Adelaide, South Australia. Bill has worked in private practice and SA’s Crown Prosecutor’s office before spending eight years in Hong Kong where he was with the Attorney General’s Chambers. He returned to SA and signed the Bar Roll in 1991. Since he has practised predominantly in the field of criminal and civil litigation. Bill has appeared as counsel in some of South Australia’s most notorious murder trials. He was counsel assisting the coroner in the Wangary [Eyre Peninsular] Bushfire Enquiry.
Bill took silk in 2010. He is a member of the Bar Council and Chairman of the Bar’s Criminal Law Committee.
Earn 1.5 CPD points in Professional Skills in Legal Practice (CC)