Appellate Advocacy: Identifying and Establishing Error
CPD Points 1
This course provides practical tips for preparing and arguing appeals effectively and successfully. It covers many aspects of the appeal process, with a particular focus on how to effectively engage with the court.
This course provides an overview of the nature and type of appeals, as well as the appeal process itself. The course also provides guidance on preparation for appeals including tips for formulating grounds of appeal, writing effective written submissions, and how to craft a successful appellate argument.
There is a practical focus on the most effective ways to engage with the court, such as:
- how to prepare effectively for judicial questions;
- how to engage with judicial questions in a way that advances your client’s position; and
- how to handle silent or outspoken judges to your advantage.
The course also provides suggested resources for further developing yours skills as an advocate.
Christopher Shanahan SC
Christopher Shanahan SC was admitted to the WA bar in 1984 and the High Court of Australia in 1990. He has practiced as a barrister at Francis Burt Chambers since 1994.
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CPD Points 1Rating:4.5/5
COVERS ALL CORE COMPETENCIESOne-Click CPD Compliance for Litigators (5 Points)
CPD Points 5
Ethics and Professional ResponsibilityJudicial Stress and Judicial Bullying
Author The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG
CPD Points 1
Practice Management and Business SkillsPerformance Matters: Praise
Author Video Arts
CPD Points 1.5
Professional SkillsPersuasion in Negotiation and Mediation
Author John Wade
CPD Points 1Rating:4.0/5
COVERS ALL CORE COMPETENCIESOne-Click CPD Compliance for Litigators (10 Points)
CPD Points 10