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Essential Criminal Advocacy

Essential Criminal Advocacy

A one day course focusing on enhancing the Advocacy skills of new solicitors

This training has been designed by The City Law School and is delivered in conjunction with The Law Society of England & Wales. It has been specifically developed to meet the needs of busy new practitioners who are looking to improve their Advocacy skills in a practical based workshop environment.

Each participant will have an opportunity to dissect case analysis from a carefully selected case study, and to look at how to structure subsequent submissions in order to achieve their desired impact. They will then participate in a mock trial handling witnesses in both examination-in-chief and cross-examination.

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London
06/06/201706/06/2017£395.00[Read More]
Manchester
08/06/201708/06/2017£395.00[Read More]
Higher Rights of Audience (Civil)

Higher Rights of Audience (Civil)

Obtaining one’s Higher Rights of Audience is a major boost to the credibility, professionalism and service that solicitors can offer to their clients. The City Law School, formerly the Inns of Court School of Law, are world renowned experts in the preparation of Advocates and have devised a thorough and cost effective course and assessment which enables practitioners to qualify as Solicitor Advocates and to represent their clients in the higher courts. We offer both Civil and Criminal courses and assessments, and our courses are fully accredited by the Solicitor's Regulatory Authority (SRA) under the Higher Rights of Audience Regulations 2011.

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Training: 3, 4 & 5 May; Assessment: 8 May
03/05/201705/05/2017£995.00[Read More]
08 May Assessment only fee
08/05/201708/05/2017£495.00[Read More]
Training: 5, 6 & 7 July; Assessment: 10 July
05/07/201707/07/2017£995.00[Read More]
10 July Assessment only fee
10/07/201710/07/2017£495.00[Read More]
Higher Rights of Audience (Criminal)

Higher Rights of Audience (Criminal)

Obtaining one’s Higher Rights of Audience is a major boost to the credibility, professionalism and service that solicitors can offer to their clients. The City Law School, formerly the Inns of Court School of Law, are world renowned experts in the preparation of Advocates and have devised a thorough and cost effective course and assessment which enables practitioners to qualify as Solicitor Advocates and to represent their clients in the higher courts. We offer both Civil and Criminal courses and assessments, and our courses are fully accredited by the Solicitor's Regulatory Authority (SRA) under the Higher Rights of Audience Regulations 2011.

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Training
21/06/201723/06/2017£995.00[Read More]
Assessment
26/06/201726/06/2017£495.00[Read More]
Mental Capacity Training

Mental Capacity Training

This brand new two-day course has been designed by The City Law School in conjunction with The Law Society and is designed to prepare delegates with the knowledge and skills to apply for formal assessment to gain access to the formal panel of accredited practitioners. 

Day one of the training will focus on the black letter law and incorporate group activities to test candidates’ legal knowledge including key legislative developments. This will cover, in particular, The Court of Protection (Amendment) Rules 2015 and impact of the Transparency and Case Management pilots upon daily practice.

Day two will be skills-based and incorporate a case-study which will require candidates to apply their knowledge of the black letter law, professional conduct issues and the practical skills required for representing vulnerable clients who lack capacity.

Candidates will be divided into small groups to work on the case- studies and will feedback to the larger group.

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Training
27/04/201728/04/2017£495.00[Read More]
Training
04/05/201705/05/2017£495.00[Read More]
Training
06/06/201707/06/2017£495.00[Read More]
Training
21/06/201722/06/2017£495.00[Read More]