Datalaw deliver a diverse range of civil and general litigation courses which are suitable for practitioners of varying levels of experience; Our civil online courses are a great way for paralegals and trainee solicitors to ground themselves in key aspects of civil law and practice and keep themselves up to date with recent civil law cases.
Newly qualified solicitors will benefit from practical courses such as Skeleton Arguments which will detail how to draft a Skeleton Arguments, and Witness Handling, which will examine different cross examination techniques and offer guidance on how to conduct cross examination in civil cases.
Practitioners with several years post qualification experience will be able to take advantage of civil litigation courses such as Counting The Costs - Practice And Procedure Update and new release Hot Tubbing For Experts, both of which have been delivered by expert lecturer and barrister Alastair Hodge of 5 Essex Court.
Non-area of law specific courses including How to Commence a Claim and When Can a Wasted Cost Order be Made may also appeal to those interested in undertaking convenient litigation training to expand their knowledge and skill set.
Comprising webinars of varying length, Datalaw’s online civil courses range from traditional 1-hour courses such as Service of a Claim Form – Getting it Right and The Selection and Instruction of Experts, delivered by lecturers Nicky Carter and Gary Barker respectively, to bite-size sessions which concentrate on key civil law topics.
Our bite-size civil litigation courses are typically 20-minutes in length and may offer practical hints and tips on Preliminary Case Management and Argument Advocacy for example or focus on more in-depth topics such as Civil Appeals and Bias in the Context of Civil Litigation.
Keywords: Civil and General Litigation Webinars, Litigation Courses
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