Practical Advocacy in the Sheriff Court
Court actions are expensive, unpredictable and fraught with all kinds of danger. Practical Advocacy in the Sheriff Court is a straightforward, easily readable guide to the skills of conducting litigation effectively in the sheriff court.
It will enable solicitors to represent clients effectively at every stage of court proceedings. Publishing in an easily portable laminated hardback edition, Practical Advocacy in the Sheriff Court sets down basic foundations and principles of litigation.
It covers what you should say and do before litigation, when preparing for actions, and when pleading them. Whether you are a fully qualified solicitor seeking to improve your court skills, or a trainee new to the field, Practical Advocacy in the Sheriff Court will guide you through the full litigation process from start to finish.
Contents: Clients and Disputes Pre-Litigation; Precognitions; Written Pleadings; Advocacy Skills; Preparing & Presenting Motions; Preparing & Presenting Debates; Preparation for Proof; Examination in Chief; Cross Examination of Witnesses; Common Issues at Proof; Submissions; Appeals.
|Publisher:||W Green & Son|