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This seminar, organised by the SAL’s Professional Affairs Committee’s Professional Development and Practice Chapter (PDPC), is for trial lawyers of all seniority. Attendees will obtain insight into what to do and what not to do in Court from our distinguished panel from the Bench. Questions that will be dealt with include:

 

• Can I tell the Judge that his questions are interfering with my cross-examination?

• What do Judges look for in the opening and closing statements?

• Skeletal or written submissions – what persuades / irritates Judges?

• What should I do if the Judge has raised a point not raised by Counsel?

• Should I concede if my client’s case on specific points is weak or should I continue to press on boldly and throw in the kitchen sink?

• Should I do formal puts at the end of my cross-examination?

 

 

Fee

Lawyers from Small Law Firms (1 - 5 lawyers)

S$42.80

Young Lawyers (not more than 5 years’ PQE)

S$42.80

SAL / Non-SAL members:

S$53.50

 

Registration for this event may be made: 


- Online using Visa or Master credit card

- Online through a firm’s/organization’s Online Registration & Purchase Co-ordinator (ORPC)

- For cheque payment, or request for invoice to be billed to firm, please email [email protected].

 

For young lawyers and lawyers from small law firms, please email the following details to [email protected].

 

  •   Full Name:
  •   Designation:
  •   Email:
  •   Billing Details(Individual/Company):

 

SAL’s usual terms and conditions apply. See https://www.sal-e.org.sg/tc for details.

For enquiries, please email to [email protected].

 

Cheque payments, please email to [email protected] with the following details below.

 

Name:

Designation:

Email:

Billing Details(Individual/Company):

 

CPD Points: 1.5

Venue:

Supreme Court Auditorium
Basement 2, Supreme Court Building
1 Supreme Court Lane
Singapore 178879

Event Date: 04 October 2019 (04:30pm – 06:40pm)


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PRICE (inclusive of GST)
$53.50

This seminar, organised by the SAL’s Professional Affairs Committee’s Professional Development and Practice Chapter (PDPC), is for trial lawyers of all seniority. Attendees will obtain insight into what to do and what not to do in Court from our distinguished panel from the Bench. Questions that will be dealt with include:

 

• Can I tell the Judge that his questions are interfering with my cross-examination?

• What do Judges look for in the opening and closing statements?

• Skeletal or written submissions – what persuades / irritates Judges?

• What should I do if the Judge has raised a point not raised by Counsel?

• Should I concede if my client’s case on specific points is weak or should I continue to press on boldly and throw in the kitchen sink?

• Should I do formal puts at the end of my cross-examination?

 

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