Clever advocates turn complicated propositions into short, simple statements.
This course teaches advocates to analyse the facts of the case in the light of legal issues, to separate facts from conclusions and evidence and to marshal the four most important facts in to a cohesive and persuasive case theory.
Delegates will learn about the principles of evidence including, proof, relevance, admissibility and weight.
Advocates who are unable to distil the case into 2 or 3 simple propositions do not know the case.
This course will supply delegates with that special skill.