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Thursday 24 April 2014
This one day training
course will enable you to produce effective legal statements and
reports. Each course is eligible for 6 CPD hours
subject to your peer group approval.
The different between a witness statement and
The purpose of the statement/report
Types of report and content
The important of logical structure and
Report writing exercise and peer review
Subjective versus objective assessment
Critical assessment of a statement/report
Model report format
The course fee is £250 per delegate including
all learning materials, refreshments and buffet lunch.
There are no courses currently available for
booking. Please regularly check our Course Calendar for updates.
This training course will enable you
both to understand the legal process and to give evidence
effectively. Each course is eligible for 6 CPD
hours subject to your peer group approval.
Theory: The court
from a lawyer’s perspective – the system. The court from a
witness’s perspective – the process.
case study. The psychiatrist in the witness box – the experience.
The debrief – the lessons learned.
Participants are required to bring
with them a witness statement or expert report (2 copies) which
will form the basis of their cross examination during the course of
the afternoon. This is a prerequisite of
attendance. This course includes a practical court case
study role-play. Delegates are asked to dress accordingly for a
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Writing for Court
"My special thanks go to Mr
Andrews for such a great course"
"Very comprehensive and tailored to my
"Helpful to have practical tasks
and time to discuss details"
"Excellent description of court
process from range of different perspectives"
"Lots of useful tips about how to
conduct oneself in court"
"The role-play of court was excellent
– very useful way of understanding the types of issues that might
come up in court"
020 3701 2604