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This week we hosted our annual Cross-examination Competition. We were pleased to welcome Chas Cochand from 2 King’s Bench Walk to adjudicate the competition. As usual, it was a great deal of fun with witnesses being notoriously tricky and pushing the advocates’ ability to control them. Mr Cochand commented on the high standard of advocacy … Continue reading Cross-examination Competition 2015/16
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Chas Cochand from 2KBW will be conducting a workshop on how to cross-examine at 6pm on Tuesday, 1 March 2016, at 54/4011. Come learn more about cross-examination, whether you’d like an introduction to or a refresher on how to cross-examine effectively. It will be excellent preparation if you’re planning to enter our cross-examination competition, which will … Continue reading Cross-examination workshop by Chas Cochand
Last night we were hosted by the University of Portsmouth Law Society for their annual charity dinner. The event was in aid of the well known children’s charity, Great Ormond Street Hospital. The prestigious guest speaker this year was the distinguished Supreme Court judge, Lord Toulson. Lord Toulson was called to the Bar by Inner … Continue reading An Evening with Lord Toulson