Advanced Advocacy Course – Thursday 20th April – 2pm to 4pm and Friday 21st April – full day followed by dinner

Subject: Advanced Advocacy Course – applications open

The Advanced Advocacy Committee of the Bar Council have asked us to circulate our barrister members to help promote the Advanced Advocacy Course. Applications are open at the moment to all members in years 2 to 7.

Who should attend: 

If you are in years 2 to 7 at the Bar and would like to improve your advocacy skills in a challenging but educational environment, this course will be of interest to you.

Date and time:

Thursday 20th April – 2pm to 4pm and Friday 21st April – full day followed by dinner

Venue:

Criminal Courts of Justice

Fee:

€50 which includes the advocacy training, all materials, refreshment breaks plus lunch and dinner on the Friday.

How to apply:

Please email advocacy@lawlibrary.ie with the following information:

Your name:

Your year of call (and when you began practising, if different):

Your email address:

Your law library number:

Your permission to deduct €50 from your law library account:

Whether you have done an advocacy course here before: (in the event that this course is oversubscribed we will give preference to those who have not done the course before but we encourage members to do this course more than once)

Further information is available in this week’s In Brief or contact Lindsay Bond O’Neill at advocacy@lawlibrary.ie

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