Preparation for and conduct of a Proof
|Speaker||Andrew Ireland (Partner, Andersons Solicitors LLP)|
|Seminar Details||This seminar is aimed at those about to qualify and faced with the likelihood of conducting their first proof. The seminar will deal with the preparation of a proof from the point of view of the case itself and final preparations to be made once a proof is fixed such as review of the case papers and final lines of inquiry, through to preparing the presentation of the case in court, by considering the differences between examination in chief, cross examination and submissions. We will also touch on dealing with experts and working with counsel.
Andrew Ireland is a partner in Andersons Solicitors LLP and a Solicitor Advocate and specialises in representing defenders and their insurers in complex personal injury claims. He is a former tutor in Civil Advocacy and Procedure at the GGSL who has also obtained a Diploma in the teaching of Advocacy Skills from the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, USA. He also contributes to CPD courses on both personal injury law and advocacy skills.
|Seminar Time||5.45pm - 7.15pm (registration from 5.30pm)|
|Booking Fee||£50 members; £75 non-members; £15 member trainees; £25 non-member trainees|
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