Advocacy in the Employment Tribunal - Dos and Donts
Delivered by employment law specialist and practising barrister Alastair Hodge of 5 Essex Court, this 30-minute session will provide viewers with a guide to effective advocacy in the Employment Tribunal.
Concentrating on submission and argument advocacy, Alastair will dissect what an argument to the court should consist of and will discuss each of the three criterion which must be considered when constructing a persuasive argument, namely Logos, Ethos and Pathos.
In addition to receiving useful hints and tips on how to improve technique and the pitfalls to be avoided, viewers will also receive a checklist which can be used to confirm if they have correctly prepared their argument.
Consideration will also be given to examination-in-chief and cross examination in the Employment Tribunal.
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