Advocacy: An Introduction
Advocacy: An Introduction is the modern guide to advocacy by two recognised experts.
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Advocacy: An Introduction is the modern guide to advocacy by two recognised experts. Covering both criminal and civil styles, it concentrates predominately on the 'how to' as opposed to the 'why' aspects of advocacy, as well as showing the interrelationship between the topics.
Adopting a practical approach, the book provides many learning tools to help the reader develop the practical understanding and key skills required for successful legal practice. The practical information is presented within a solid theoretical framework.
Written in plain English, this book is suitable for undergraduates, graduate students and practitioners who would like a practical reference on advocacy.
Table of contents
- What makes a Good Advocate
- Case Presentation
- Written Submissions
- Oral Advocacy
- Opening Statements
- Examining Your Own Witness
- Expert Evidence
- Closing Statement