The College of Law Practice Papers Victoria 2012-2013: v. 2 of 3

The College of Law Practice Papers Victoria 2012-2013: v. 2 of 3

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The College of Law is the largest provider of professional legal training programs in the Southern Hemisphere. The College's Professional Program commenced in Victoria in 2005. Developed over a period of more than 30 years, The College of Law Practice Papers provide the fundamental instructional material for the College's Professional Program. The Practice Papers form a significant collection of detailed procedural guides to key areas of legal practice and provide a valuable reference for all students undertaking practical legal training, including those undertaking Articles of Clerkship, as well as for newly admitted solicitors and practitioners who desire to refresh their knowledge in the foundation areas of practice. Each of the three volumes are available individually or can be purchased as a set.
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  • Paperback
  • Chatswood, Australia
  • 0409331740
  • 9780409331745

Table of contents

Accounting Records for Law Practices in Victoria; Professional Conduct and Discipline; The Practitioner's Relationship with the Client; The Practitioner's Relationship with the Court; The Practitioner's Relationship with the Public and the Profession; The Principles of Advocacy; Court Etiquette, Procedure and Protocol; Examination-in-Chief and Exhibits; Cross-Examination and Re-Examination; Evidence; Civil Litigation - Taking Instructions and Advising; Case Preparation, Pleadings and Particulars; Service of Court Documents; Affidavits and Statutory Declarations; Briefing Counsel; Conduct of Proceedings in the Supreme and County Courts; Supreme Court Practice and Procedure; Practice and Procedure in the Federal Courts; An Overview of Criminal Law Practice; Bail Applications in the Magistrates' Court; Pleas and Sentencing Options.
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