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Viewing cases and advocates in a court setting, through particular criteria. To include a reflection piece.

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Secondly the different cases which were observed through that criteria. Lastly a reflection on the processes of advocates and the criteria that was formulated, concluding the skills needed to become a good advocate. CRITERIA ON ADVOCATES The following criteria has been assessed on the following modules. Firstly physical to include; Physical appearance, body language and presentation. Secondly language; pace, voice quality, addressing bench, context of language and techniques. Knowledge; facts of case, knowledge of law, prior approaches, and referees. Through the observation of an advocate’s approach it is important to analyse the context of case and outcome. Criteria is finally assessed on the overall professionalism of the advocate. The basis of this criteria predominately focused on th...
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