Confidence in the Courtroom

This half day course gives delegates an understanding of the court process, procedures and practices.

This event looks at ways to ensure maximum pre-trial preparation and provides advice and techniques on how to excel during cross examination. It will also highlight the importance of CPR compliance when asked to provide oral evidence.

Outline

  1. Understand the latest updates to court procedures as they apply to giving evidence
  2. Pre-trial preparation
  3. The art of cross-examination
  4. How to conduct yourself effectively in court

CPD Hours: 4 Hours

Dates

To find course dates, check the training and events calendar.

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Trainer: Giles Eyre

Giles Eyre is a barrister (recently retired) who practised from 9 Gough Square, London. Giles has extensive experience of conducting claims for personal injury, industrial disease and clinical negligence. He is a Recorder and a mediator on the CEDR Solve Lead Mediators Panel. He is a contributing editor of Asbestos Claims: Law, Practice and Procedure, published by 9 Gough Square and Clinical Negligence Claims - A Practical Guide, published by 9 Gough Square. He is also the co-author of Writing Medico-Legal Reports in Civil Claims, now in its second edition.
Giles regularly presents seminars for lawyers on a wide variety of topics and for expert witnesses on effective expert report writing and giving evidence.