BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
LLW1001 - Criminal Law
|1.||Discriminate between the types of oral argument and questioning most suitable when conducting the different stages of presenting cases in court ;|
|2.||Construct and present persuasive oral legal arguments to influence relevant professional and non-professional audiences;|
|3.||Undertake or role-play common legal advocacy tasks in the manner of a legal practitioner appearing before a court or tribunal situation; and|
|4.||Advocate with responsibility and accountability, verbally and in writing for hypothetical clients.|
advocacy: An Introduction 2006
Jeremy Curthoys and Christopher Kendall
LexisNexis Butterworths Australia
Sentencing Law in Victoria internet
*Sentencing Council of Victoria
Council of Victoria
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