Open Door Productions ‘Examination and Presentation Power’ Workshops - expressions of interest

Tue Mar 04 2014

Open Door Productions seeks Expressions of Interest for its 2014 courses (up to 7 CPD points), to be offered from March. Examination Power allows barristers to practise and analyse question sequences in Examination in Chief and Cross-Examination to get the most from witnesses and underpin case theory, using a detailed case study in which two facilitators role-play all witnesses, demonstrating emotionally-realistic personae. Presentation Power maximises barristers’ persuasion effectiveness in all oral submissions. Deal effectively with judicial pressure, influence the conversation by responding succinctly to questions, attitudes, personae. Sessions are entertaining and collegial and experience is pooled. Participants may include elements of their current case process.

Current Offering: ‘Examination PowerFull day workshop Sunday 16th March 2014. Places available. Register your interest. Workshop venue: St James' Hall, Level One, 169 Phillip Street (opp. Selbourne Chambers)

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Find out more about the series through this link. Places are limited to ten. To reserve your place, please register your interest by contacting Gabrielle Gazal of Open Door Productions directly on or call: 0414 414 658.

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