Learn how to lead a good examination in chief – one of the most subtle and sophisticated forms of advocacy.
This CPD forms part of a series of preliminary training for the 2017 Advocacy Workshop on 14-16 July 2017 but everyone is welcome to attend as part of their professional development.
|Venue:||Law Society Northern Territory, Level 3, 9 Cavenagh Street, Darwin|
|Price:||$99 incl GST|
|Level:||Suitable for a foundation level of legal practice|
This CPD will explore (by reference to selected case materials) some skills, techniques and professional responsibilities, that assist practitioners to avoid common obstacles in the preparation and presentation of the testimony of plaintiffs in our adversarial litigious system. A model that purports to respond to context, identity and ‘story-telling’ capacity will be examined.
Presenter: Pat McIntyre, Barrister
Patrick has worked in civil litigation since 1975 and as a Barrister in Darwin for the last 20 years. He has worked in numerous litigious fields including trial work in personal injury claims, professional negligence, false imprisonment and other torts, trade practices, administrative, local government and constitutional, native title and Aboriginal land rights, commercial, building, property and contact law. He has represented individual and corporate plaintiffs and defendants, as well as ‘classes’ in large scale representative proceedings. Accredited to LEADR’s Advanced Mediator panel in 1996, Patrick has significant experience in eliciting consensus from large groups involved in litigation and the preparation of evidence.
Earn 1 CPD point in Professional Skills in Legal Practice (CC).