Saturday 28 April
Five silks are set to deliver an unmissable advocacy event in Edinburgh worth 5 hours’ CPD.
Delivered by Scottish Legal Training and sponsored by Scottish Legal News, the seminar will feature Kay Springham QC (pictured right) on presenting legal submissions for a government department; Donald Findlay QC on mastering expert evidence; Kenneth McBrearty QC on using computer technology in court; Aidan O’Neill QC (pictured below) on appearing in the Supreme Court and Shelagh McCall QC on techniques in appellate advocacy.
Even organiser, advocate Niall McCluskey said: “This promises to be a tremendous advocacy CPD event. Five QCs from the civil and criminal bar are coming together to speak from their experience about how to excel at Advocacy. This event is a must attend for civil and criminal lawyers.”
An early bird ticket price of £99 plus VAT and booking fee is available until 29 March. Thereafter price is £115 plus VAT and booking fee.
Concession tickets (devils, students and trainees) are £40 plus VAT and booking fee.
The seminar counts for 5 hours’ advocacy CPD and lunch is provided.
See more here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/advocacy-masterclass-tickets-43122847598