From: 11th March, 2017 To: 11th March, 2017Start: 8:45 am End: 3:45 pm
Salvos Legal Humanitarianinvites you to our March 2017 Lecture Series Litigation in Practice.
The program features presentations from distinguished members of the Bar, together with other highly regarded experts from the justice community. Presentations will cover a range of practical aspects of litigation including: advocacy, fitness and capacity, and how to effectively brief counsel, lay and expert witnesses.
The Salvation Army, 261-256 Chalmers Street, Redfern.
8.45am – Registration
9.00am – Welcome Luke Geary, Managing Partner, Salvos Legal and Salvos Legal Humanitarian
9.15am – How to brief Counsel and make the most of your working relationship with a Barrister Kate Richardson SC, Barrister, Banco Chambers
10.15am – Morning Tea
10.30am – How to engage lay witnesses and prepare them for trial David Pritchard SC, Barrister, 3rd Floor St James Hall Chambers
11.30am – Advocacy skills for Solicitors Kate Williams SC, Barrister, Eleven Wentworth Chambers
12.30pm – Lunch
1.30pm – Cognitive assessment and capacity issues Dr Amanda White, Forensic Psychologist and Clinical Neuropsychologist, Neuropsychological and Forensic Services
2.30pm – Documenting the questioned document: How to brief a forensic document expert and maximise the potential of forensic document evidence Michelle Novotny, Director, Forensic Document Services
3.30pm – Closing Remarks Luke Geary, Managing Partner, Salvos Legal and Salvos Legal Humanitarian
Note: If this particular educational activity is relevant to your immediate or long-term needs in relation to your professional development and practice of the law, then you can claim one CPD unit for each hour of attendance (refreshment breaks not included).