Practical court advocacy skills are at the core of a lawyers professional skills. Our fundamental trial advocacy skills training courses, seminars and workshops will familiarize and train each law student with the real-world advocacy skills each student will need when they graduate and are admitted to practice law. Perfect for students in their final year of law school.
You are a lawyer and you have clients that are dependent on you; clients that have put their trust in you to represent them--in court. Not a barrister. You. Are you prepared to do that? Have you developed the skills necessary to competently advocate for them in front of a judge or jury? We can help you develop those skills today. And get your required CPD credit for it at the same time.
You have worked long and hard to get to where you are today. But are you at the top of your game when it comes to your trial advocacy skills? A wise lawyer knows that you can never stop learning and developing your craft. And you know your colleagues at the bar are not going to be content to stay at the same level. Get CPD credit whilst honing your trial advocacy skill.
Trial Advocacy Skills Training
Online Webinars and In-Person Workshops
Here at the Australian Advocacy Alliance, we can help you improve your trial skills so that you can better assist your current and future legal clients in the courtroom. We specialise in courtroom trial advocacy skills, so you can rest assured that you will gain the knowledge and skills you need through our courses, without any outside clutter.
What truly sets us apart from other legal education programs, though, is that we offer many of our courses and skills training programs online. This way, you can get the training you need from anywhere in Australia, so long as you have an internet connection.
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Our Trial Advocacy Skills Training courses could be just what you need to take your legal career to the next level. Get in touch with us today to find out more about our upcoming courses and to sign up for your first class!