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By Andy Boon

This e-book introduces the reader to the perform of advocacy, drawing on a variety of examples from the united kingdom and different universal legislation jurisdictions. by using routines, the reader is inspired to contemplate the talents of potent advocacy from the drafting board to execution. specified fabrics are supplied for the stimulation of advocacy routines in either felony and civil issues. Areal felony trial is used as a thematic case learn for the chapters on research, commencing, exam, cross-examination and shutting. The means of the nice suggest Sir Norman Birkett quality controls is tested intimately. the second one variation has been up-to-date to include the recent Civil approach ideas and features a new bankruptcy at the classes designed via the pro regulatory our bodies to elevate criteria around the subsequent new release of barristers and solicitors advocates.

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A degree of individuality there must be, but these are surely sound guidelines Bartle (1983) While much depends on the person who hears the case, you will rarely know what they think of your striking apparel, or how they are influenced by your appearance. Why make a sartorial point at your 18 Advocacy client’s expense? Be yourself, but less so, is good advice. Looking right helps you to feel right: feeling right gives you confidence. 17 Confidence and nerves Stumbling nervousness focuses attention on you rather than your case.

Others can be badly affected by nerves. You can’t worry and think at the same time. Before the presentation, imagine yourself performing the presentation. Visualise yourself doing well, being positive and confident. Do not, whatever happens, think about things going wrong. Confidence grows with experience of the context in which you are operating, realising that you can do it. Have as many ‘good experiences’ early on as you can get; you could probably do 10 or more simulated presentations of a particular type before you will feel confident.

Spangenburg (1977) According to Stefano (1977), this is an argument for honesty. If your client is an unsympathetic character, it may be that you will be more convincing once you have confronted that problem. How? You can admit it; having done so you may be more able to put his case convincingly. That is a position which you can believe in. If you believe in what you are doing, your body and voice are more likely to act in concert; you will be persuasive. On body language generally, see also Negotiation by Diana Tribe and Interviewing and Counselling by Jenny Chapman, both in this series.

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